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Art Style: NEMREM (DSiWare)

Game Profile

Art Style: NEMREM is a relaxing logic puzzle where the objective is to match coloured panels with spheres of the same colour. Use your stylus to slide the panels horizontally and vertically as you chill out to the soothing sounds of the games's peaceful music.

Although NEMREM is simple to play, later levels offer deeper challenges to test your logic powers, with multiple colour combinations and even locked panels appearing. For the ultimate test, can you complete each puzzle in as few moves as possible?

Game Review

Review

Europe PAL Version

Posted by Adam

The latest instalment in the Art Style Series - NEMREM.

As soon as you fire up the game you're greeted with a visually very pleasing welcome screen that demonstrates a great example of the unique graphical style we have come to expect from the Art Style series. On the stage selection screen something...

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User Comments (22)

KeeperBvK

#1

KeeperBvK said:

Doesn't look nearly as interesting as other Art Style games. Maybe they should cut back a bit on new releases in the series.

Kenji510

#3

Kenji510 said:

I want to get this game looks cool and fun.. i want to get all the Artstyle games that they will bring out!

Wiiloveit

#4

Wiiloveit said:

Looks cool IMO, and even if it doesn't look appealing to you, I'd still advise puzzle fans give it a try. Still, we haven't got it yet, so what do I know?

Gogata

#5

Gogata said:

I am really llooking forward to this, along whit all the Art Style Games!
Looks descent for 500 points!

Pastry

#7

Pastry said:

Looks fun!
But why is it called SOMNIUM? Usually the Art Style titles actually make sense.

LEGEND_MARIOID

#8

LEGEND_MARIOID said:

I love puzzle games (and I am a fan of art style) but the sliding tile puzzle games have always frustrated the frack out of me. So I'm very unsure about this one. But if its 500 points, it'd be worth a punt eh.

I'm looking forward to art styles Nalaku (tbc eu) and Pictopict in particular

Kenji510

#14

Kenji510 said:

Hopefully we get this next week but i doubt it it prolly wont happen anyways.

Kyloctopus

#20

Kyloctopus said:

This like a rubix cube. But eventually you will have to give up. You come back 2-10 later and beat it.

grumblegrumble

#21

grumblegrumble said:

Still one of my favorite Art Style games (aside from "DigiDrive") this one is a MUST. If you like logic puzzles, this is a fantastic game. Sometimes I find myself frustrated though because the learning curve is STEEP! But the minimalistic sound and great gameplay make it one of my top favorites. A+

kurtasbestos

#22

kurtasbestos said:

I've gotta agree with grumblegrumble. I never expected this game to have over 100 levels, but it just keeps throwing crazy new tricks at you, and while the puzzles seem to get fiendishly difficult as you get further in, none of them are impossible without a little bit of thought (though completing them all under "par" is another story). The sound is also great, and if you let the game sit still without touching anything you'll get to appreciate why they (Nintendo os Skip, I forgot) label this otherwise incredibly challenging game a relaxing experience.

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