Word Logic is a very good game for those who enjoy word puzzles; there is plenty of content on offer and the controls are easy to pick up. Unfortunately, a lack of tutorial mode and some difficult puzzles means it may not be suitable for beginners. For those who aren't wordy there isn't much else here, but that's to be expected in a genre like this one. For its target audience, however, and especially with cross-buy included, this is a solid option.
Super Stickman Athletics definitely isn't a contender against other full-priced Olympic themed games, but we shouldn't expect it to be for its low asking price. Gamers who enjoy having something to play in short bursts now and then might enjoy this title as a budget cost, but those who want a little more longevity and incentive to play may be left underwhelmed.
Teddy Together is a pleasant little game, and is a great option for children to play with their parents. Although the voice acting is a bit off, there is so much to be explored that it won't matter. A lot of kids' games can be rushed through, but the level of detail and effort put into Teddy Together makes it an solid choice for young gamers that enjoy the likes of Nintendogs and Tomodachi Life.
Battle Cats POP! is an odd game, but there's no denying its fun factor. If you dream of leading an adorably violent cat army (who doesn't?), and enjoy strategy games this is definitely worth your time. Although the unnecessary energy bar is a bit of an annoyance, there is more than enough good content here to outweigh the bad.
Rubik's Cube does exactly what it says and does it relatively well, though lacks creativity in taking the core concept further. For the price it can be a good addition for those who love puzzles and prefer them virtually. Unfortunately for those who don't, there isn't much else to it.
The 3DS version of Rubik's Cube gets the job done in the same minimalist way as the Wii U iteration. Those who enjoy physical Rubik's Cubes will enjoy the portability that comes with this version, and it's a no frills way to pass some time on the go without too much commitment.
The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 is an enjoyable game at its budget price, with a pleasing mix of adventure, humour and some head scratching puzzles. There are some negative points which stop the game from being a fully fledged win, but it is still an enjoyable and nostalgic experience for any gamer with a love of point-and-click styled experiences.