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1. Posted: Sat 27th Aug 2011 17:39 BST
Hi everyone, I own Sujin Taisen, 2 Art Style games (Intersect and Code 10) & Wakugumi. Sujin Taisen is the best of all of them.
Recommend me the best puzzle games of dsiware please No platformer please.
PS: I looked at the review list of Nintendo Life but I don't agree with a lot of them
Edited on Sat 27th August, 2011 @ 17:47 by Cengoku
2. Posted: Sat 27th Aug 2011 17:52 BST
I really enjoyed Art Style: PiCTOBiTS. Check it out, especially if you love the NES.
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3. Posted: Sat 27th Aug 2011 17:55 BST
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4. Posted: Sat 27th Aug 2011 17:56 BST
Some I've enjoyed:
Art Style: PictobitsArt Style: ZengageFrenzicSpin SixTetris Party LivePrimrose
5. Posted: Sat 27th Aug 2011 18:02 BST
Definitely check out the rest of the Art Style games (especially PiCTOBiTS, BOXLIFE, and precipice!). That's all I can really think off right now off the top of my head.
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6. Posted: Sat 27th Aug 2011 18:55 BST
Yeah I loved the NES when I was child in the 80's I like the 2 Art Styles games which I bought. I hesitate between Boxlife and Pictobits :-/ Anyone knows if the studio which makes these art style games will release other dsiware games? Primrose seems cool too. What do you think about Glow Artisan?
7. Posted: Sat 27th Aug 2011 19:09 BST
You can dl the PC version of Primrose for free here: http://primrose.sourceforge.net/download.phpThat way you'll have an idea if it's something you'd like to play on the go,As for Glow Artisan, it's a pretty cool game with a great concept and some really challenging puzzles. The only bad thing I can say about it is that beyond introducing larger grids and more colors as you go, there comes a point where you've pretty much seen it all. The same could be said for MANY puzzlers, but in this case it caused me to lose interest eventually. That's one of the things I like about Zengage is that it steadily introduces new elements to keep things fresh.
8. Posted: Sat 27th Aug 2011 19:22 BST
any art style gamesTetris gamesDr. Mario gamesProf. LaytonSpin 6
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9. Posted: Sat 27th Aug 2011 21:36 BST
I found it fun to complete everything in Glow Artisan (except for some of the time attack medals) and the randomiser isn't too bad. The "image" that each puzzle made upon completion was enough to keep me from getting bored. They probably introduce the maximum grid size too early, but if you can manage that it's a good way to use 500 points.
10. Posted: Sun 28th Aug 2011 00:16 BST
Puzzle Quest is pretty awesome if you don't already own the retail version.
I also like Glow Artisan, Pictobits, and PicDun (which I consider to be more of a puzzle game than an RPG).
11. Posted: Sun 28th Aug 2011 00:26 BST
i hated six spin
12. Posted: Sun 28th Aug 2011 02:28 BST
for Picdun, I watched some videos of those Go series games but it didn't interest me :-/ Primrose is ok, tried the PC version (thanks to GreenaBobo) but found it unsatisfactory to buy it. I owned years ago a Puzzle Quest game (the first one on ds), loved it but I'm searching new puzzle games which I never tried before (not as Tetris or Dr Mario, Mario vs dK,..) Glow Artisan seems to be a hate or love game :-/ I noticed that the pICTObits game has the biggest poll among all the Art Style games . Other recommendations?
13. Posted: Tue 13th Sep 2011 19:26 BST
Another Number Battle player, awesome! That one is my favorite as well. Does anyone ever play it online?
I can definitely recommend Glow Artisan - I like it more than the Art Style games I've tried.
I also recommend Animal Color Cross (or Mario's Picross if you have a 3DS and can get Virtual Console games). Picross puzzles are addicting, and are like a combination of minesweeper and sudoku, except you end up with a cool picture at the end!
Can anyone explain how PicDun is a puzzle game? I'm not so interested in dungeon crawlers, but if it has good puzzle elements, it might be worth checking out.