- Number of Players
- Single Player
- Release Date
- 16th Oct 2009, 500 points
- 1st Apr 2009
Review Wakugumi - Monochrome Puzzle (DSiWare)
Ikaruga: the puzzler
There’s a great “I’ve got it!” moment in Wakugumi where you graduate from simply sliding blocks about in the hope of making a capture to preparing combo captures with expert precision. Something about the game simply clicks and you find yourself having that classic puzzle inner monologue – “well, if this bit goes...
About The Game
From the makers of brain-teasing classics like Actionloop and Polarium comes a new challenge, one that will test both your grey matter and your stylus skills.
Wakugumi: Monochrome Puzzle is based on a simple premise: clear black and white blocks from the play area, 'capturing' blocks of one colour by surrounding them with blocks of the opposite colour. You control the action with your stylus, swapping blocks back and forth to make the perfect captures.
Learn the basics in Training Mode, then test your capturing techniques in Score Attack as you try to clear as many blocks as possible within a time limit, chaining captures together to score bonuses. Or try your hand at Time Attack - can you erase all the blocks and work your way down the vertical course as quickly as possible?
Wow, i really don't get the point here... This would be fun if anyone would tell me whats going on there
Classic square paper game... Nice!
What's not to understand? After 10 seconds it's pretty clear that you're supposed to move blocks so groups of blocks of one colour are fully enclosed by block of the other colour.
A simple, potentially massively addictive, puzzle game published by Ninty? I'm in, but need a revw.
The whole monochrome thing reminds me of the massively addictive Polarium DS that I used to own. The gameplay objective on this is different however.
Reminds me of the Polarium games... kind of. Looks mighty addictive! I like!
Remind me of Konductra
This is a great and challenging dsiware . I love it
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