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Puzzler World - Nintendo DS
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- Games Include: Wordsearch, Fitword, Sudoku, Link-a-Pix, Crossword, Silhouette, Spot the Difference, Code word, Hangman, Equate, Jigsaw, Picture Quiz, Chain Letters, Missing Piece.
- Over 1,000 games and over 500 hours of playtime.
- Create up to three profiles to track your performance and monitor your best times.
- The "Stop & Save" feature allows you to continue challenging puzzles the next time you play.
- Play puzzles in two games modes: Quickplay to jump in and play any puzzle; Challenge Mode for unlocking new puzzles and hidden surprises.
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-The game has over 1,000 different puzzles on it which will keep you busy for a long time.
-There are two different puzzle modes which are:
Challenge mode- where you are given a large scrolling menu that contains all 560 main puzzles and the bonus puzzles which are given to you after you complete each of the puzzles
Quick play- in this you could play all of the different types of puzzles except for the bonus ones, but they give you easier puzzles and will give you a hint of what you will see in the challenge mode
- There are eight different types of main puzzles which are:
Wordsearch- my favorite and one of the reasons why I brought this game. In this they give you a list of words and you have to find them in the grid
Fitword- another one of my favorites and why i brought this game. In this they give you a list of words and you have to fit them into a grid
Sudoku- I basically just thought myself how to do this type of puzzle- You have to fit numbers into the grid.
Link-A-Pix- I have no idea how to do this type of puzzle, but I think when your done it will make a picture
Crossword- I don't like them that much, but maybe I'll try them
Silhouette- this is kind of cool. In this game they give you a grid of different shapes, and you have to fill in the ones that have a dot in them and when your finished it will make a picture.
Spot the difference- this is another one of my favorites. They give you two images of a picture and you have to spot the differences
Codeword- I have no idea how to do this type of puzzle either.Read more ›
My favorite puzzle is Link-a-Pix. It's a little confusing at first, but doesn't take too long to figure out. My daughter, son-in-law and grandkids have all taken my Nintento away from me to do this particular type of puzzle! It is everyone's favorite. One reviewer said there is no replay value once you've completed a puzzle, but that's not really true since the puzzles are timed and you can try to beat the "personal best" time for some of the ones you don't really remember after awhile.
I just wish you were able to link with another player so you can work on a puzzle at the same time to see who gets to finish quickest. However, this is not an option. You can set up three different profiles, but can't link up and work at the same time.
All in all, this is a great game!! In fact, I'm buying one right now for my daughter, so she will leave mine alone :).
- Wordsearch: find words hidden horizontally, vertically, or diagonally on a board full of letters. All the words are related to a particular theme, eg. dogs, marine animals, birds.
- Sudoku: self-explanatory.
- Crossword: self-explanatory.
- Fitword: the reverse of a crossword. Fit a list of words onto the crossword board.
- Spot the difference: find 10 differences between the 2 pictures. You can tap randomly on the screen until you get it right, as there's no penalty. Not much thinking involved.
- Silhouette: not really a puzzle. It's a paint-by-dots coloring book. Just fill in the shapes with a dot to complete the picture.
- Codewords: using a crossword board, but filled with numbers 1-26. Each number corresponds to a scrambled letter and you have to figure out the cipher. 3 numbers are filled out for you as hints. I find this very hard.
- Link-A-Pix: Probably the most confusing and ill-conceived of the game types. You get a huge board scattered with differently colored numbers (like Minesweeper). You're supposed to connect the same colored number with each other using that many squares. Example, if you see a red 4, it means to link it to another red 4 using 4 squares. The numbers go up to 14. The lines can snake around and bend to achieve the required number of squares. When you've connected all the numbers properly, you're supposed to have drawn some sort of picture. You can think of it like a knitting pattern.Read more ›
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This is a winner with my seven year old. Glad I made the decision to purchase it.Published 9 months ago by Happy