Puzzlerama is a collection of eight mini-games and all of them are about solving some sort of a visual puzzle. If you are a fan of games like ‘Flow’ which are a pure test of your problem-solving skills, you will love Puzzlerama.
It has tangram, blocks, pipes and unblock, among others. Now, you would definitely have come across each of these games either in the form of an app or in the form of a physical board game (remember those simpler times?). However, what is great about Puzzlerama is that it brings so much variety, all in one game. There are up to five difficulty levels in each game, with at least fifty puzzles in each. A few of these also have a second mode which notches up the complexity even more. For example, tangram has a mode where instead of triangles and shapes with jagged edges, there are only rectangles which you are supposed to fit in on the board.
There are ads in the game but they do not pop up too frequently. There is a Rs. 65 purchase if you want to get rid of those too. The design of the game is neat and there are no unnecessary frills to distract you from the essence of the game. It is very easy to get lost in solving level upon level because the transition is so smooth. Also, no levels are locked and if you feel like you are a tangram master, you can straightaway start with the expert level. There are hints that you can use when in a fix but these are limited and to get more you will have to pay up. The great thing about this game is that unlike other puzzles, you will not leave the game if you come across a particularly hard level. You can easily move to another game out of the eight (boy are you spoilt for choice). This also ensures that when you need to delete a few apps to make space for memes, you would still want to keep this one around. Probably move your photos to Google photos. Well, we shall leave the intricacies of how you want to clean up your phone to you. But as far as this game goes, it is the veritable Snake for the new generation.
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Anusha "Trillian" Sinha
Anusha Sinha was a harmless little Clefairy before she read Crime and Punishment. Now she thinks she is some sort of extraterrestrial ninja. She is an expert in the arts of mosquito-racquet wielding, being a silent grammar Nazi and karate. She spends her time contemplating the greatness of Miniatur Wunderland and the transient nature of human life, in equal measure.