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1. Posted: Thu 22nd Nov 2012 17:17 GMT
I got Pix3D (from the European eShop) and so far I like it. It's a cool concept and it takes advantage of the 3DS hardware. Circle pad and stylus controls are equally good. The 3D feature is nice (I adore the glasses-free 3D and would like to see more games that utilize it fully).
I also appreciate that the shapes appear in a different position every time you replay one particular puzzle. So it's not just a matter of memorizing the solution.
2. Posted: Thu 22nd Nov 2012 18:51 GMT
That last point is particularly interest. It was a concern I had for this game. I'm currently stuck in Fallblox at the moment, but i'm looking at this to give me my next puzzle fix.
3. Posted: Thu 22nd Nov 2012 19:34 GMT
I like what i hear. But would like to ask you if the game is hard ? and can you share the shapes you create somehow ?
4. Posted: Fri 23rd Nov 2012 00:40 GMT
same questions as sephariel
the game looks super easy to me. like you only need 30 at max to solve one puzzle. i mean you can see what the puzzle needs to look like before you completed it.
is there an option to make QR-codes for your puzzles? or can you upload them to a server?
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5. Posted: Fri 23rd Nov 2012 08:30 GMT
The game is not "brain dead easy". It starts easy enough, but it plays quite fast, and it demands from you to be even faster.
So it can be that you solve a puzzle in 2 seconds, but that will not get you an "excellent" or a "very good". The puzzles come in packs, and you could be solving a puzzle in 0.2 seconds or 5 seconds. I think my average is 1.6 seconds. As I said, it's fast paced.
My girlfriend found it addictive. It's curious to see how different we think. She needs to first move the shape & see it in motion to get an idea about what needs to be done. I'm a little better at geometry, perspective and so on.
I normally would have ignored this game. But the sample gameplay in the eShop got my attention.
You can't make QR-codes for your puzzles, or share them - that could have been a good idea.
6. Posted: Fri 23rd Nov 2012 14:54 GMT
but you can make your own puzzles right? but can not exchange them with others?? wtf?
7. Posted: Fri 23rd Nov 2012 15:08 GMT
I still have pretty much no idea what this even is.
I should probably go check it out on the eShop, but can't be bothered right now.
Maybe tomorrow, but very selective with my eShop downloads right now with the Wii U launching next week.
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8. Posted: Sat 24th Nov 2012 12:03 GMT
PIX3D reviewed by Nintendo Fans Online
Edited on Mon 26th November, 2012 @ 15:31 by theblackdragon
9. Posted: Sat 24th Nov 2012 15:26 GMT
yo sebastion why the hell no option to share usercreated puzzles? doesnt really make sense to give the player an editor if he can not show others what he has done. i mean...what where you thinkin???
videoreview from some youtubeuser: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVJL5Wpli8Y
probably still gonna get this (maybe wait for a sale), though i want something different than puzzlegames on my 3DS. pushmo, crashmo, mighty switch force (action puzzler), and so many other gems in the genre.
we need more action games like shmups or platformers. do it, gamelion!
Edited on Mon 26th November, 2012 @ 15:11 by 6ch6ris6
10. Posted: Mon 26th Nov 2012 15:11 GMT
someone didnt answer my question
5min gameplayvideo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdyDaPzb6xk
to be honest the only really interesting mode for me seems to be extreme mode. does anybody see a difference between sprint and arcade? it's always just about speed right? only extrem mode adds some effects that make it harder and a countdown
Edited on Mon 26th November, 2012 @ 15:26 by 6ch6ris6
11. Posted: Fri 21st Dec 2012 00:39 GMT
Grabbed this today on a whim. Looked interesting, right up my alley as far as puzzles go. I remember hearing a good review about this on this site. Still haven't played it yet since I've been running errands all day. So what's the consensus?
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12. Posted: Fri 21st Dec 2012 03:59 GMT
I was interested, but the NintendoLife review leaves me hesitant.
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13. Posted: Fri 21st Dec 2012 07:12 GMT
I bought this a while ago and I wouldn't recommend this to anyone. Clearing one level takes about 1 second...
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14. Posted: Fri 21st Dec 2012 07:23 GMT
Played through the first round, seems likeable. They start mixing in different pieces of pics as you get further into the game. Doesn't seem like it requires much skill at all other than wobbling the circle pad around. I would give this a 6/10 so far.
15. Posted: Fri 21st Dec 2012 07:30 GMT
its a nice cocept and a fun game. @Vallu if you think it is to easy, keep going and you will find that good ratings are harder to get. The point is not only solving the puzzles but getting a good rating. Also if you haven't already, do a few more packs and unlock extreme mode and see how "easy" the game really can be. Putting that aside, I respect your opinion and agree with it. But again, first levels are always easy right?
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16. Posted: Sat 22nd Dec 2012 00:49 GMT
I got it, and it's decent. The 3D is really cool, but it feels a bit mindless and repetitive. It would probably only really be good as a time waster when you have a few minutes to burn — definitely not something you would sit and play all day long. Oh, and a bunch of the sprites are plain black Asian characters, so sort of a waste for those of us that would never recognize what they are.