To sum up
Puzzle games are ten-a-penny these days and usually take the form of a clone of an existing puzzle game – most notably Bejeweled – so it's nice to see new ideas sprouting forth from developers such as those found in Sumico for the 3DS. Does its shiny new gameplay offer something fresh and enjoyable, or is it puzzle pitfall? The basic...
Previously on iOS and Android
The 3DS eShop, with its dual screen setup and multiple control options, is a natural home for affordable puzzle games. While they can vary in quality — not to mention repeat themselves in the act of matching three objects — it's not a platform short of games to keep our brains busy. While it may be a competitive...
In SUMICO you make sums to score points. Find the right numbers and operators to make the target. The longer your sum, the more points you earn.
But beware: use too many tiles and you won't be able to make the next target.
SUMICO features two modes:
- Campaign Mode – 72 levels, from the easy introduction to brain bending challenges
- Endless Mode – Keep hitting the targets and improve your high score