- Number of Players
- Release Date
- 17th Nov 2011, 500 points
- Jigsaw Puzzle, Story
Review Pinocchio's Puzzle (WiiWare)
Pinocchio goes to pieces
Chances are, when you're deciding to pick up a puzzle game for your console of choice, you don't think of actual jigsaw puzzles. They just don't fit easily into the genre's landscape. Popular puzzlers like Tetris and Angry Birds have an immediacy to them that encourages quick play and gratification, while a real jigsaw...
About The Game
Enjoy the story of Pinocchio with your family using fantastic puzzles!
Remember the puppet whose nose grew? Remember the values taught by the story? Friendship, cunning and tenderness... Will you reach the end of the story of Pinocchio through a series of puzzles?
Pinocchio's Puzzle is a game in which you must solve the different, progressively more difficult puzzles as you advance in the plot. Aside from developing sensory skills and hand-eye coordination, it addes the values of an endearing and mythical story told puzzle by puzzle.
- Based on the successful story of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi.
- Enjoy with 4 friends or family members playing at once.
- Puzzles progressively more difficult.
- Helps develop sensory skills.
- Fabulous, beautiful illustrations.
- Orchestral music.
I like the artwork for this game. It looks really nice. I would rather see this come to the eShop than WiiWare though. It just seems like this would be better suited for handhelds.
I agree entirely - particularly as I don't own a Wii
I love the art of Pinocchio and everyone else. Im strangely sttracted to this.
I thought it was interesting and inexpensive so I picked it up. It's a little light on content (we got about half-way through the puzzles in a little more than an hour), but nice and relaxing. It was fun for 4 people to play as well. I would have loved a little more work on the story and voice-overs, but if you are looking for a game that is just puzzles it is nice. I don't regret the purchase at all.
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