Long Ago: A Puzzle Tale

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May 28, 2021 - Nintendo Switch, PC, Xbox One
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Critic Reviews for Long Ago: A Puzzle Tale

Between its varied puzzle mechanics, intuitive gameplay, and unique story presentation; Long Ago: A Puzzle Tale is a top-notch puzzler.

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There is plenty of stages to complete with 80 puzzles across five chapters and two different modes, there is a lot to keep you busy. As each new chapter adds unique game mechanics it keeps it fresh and interesting. Be prepared for a few hair-pulling frustrating moments. This is not an easy game, just don’t pull too hard as it hurts!

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Puzzle Tale is a puzzler that you’ve no doubt seen before, and you’ll no doubt see again. While it is fun to replay stages to get coins and unlock the extra levels, it is pretty irritating how a lot of the main story levels are just so tight on moves, to the point that it feels like there’s little room for a-ha moments of your own. While I do enjoy the extra replay value the coins and bonus levels offer, I can’t help but feel the main game just suffers from being a basic brainteaser that has been seen many times before, and the progression gating based off diamonds feels more like padding rather than incentive for replay design.

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Long Ago: A Puzzle Tale is an accessible, inviting puzzler with a wonderful variety of mechanics that will absolutely test your puzzling skills. It’s a no-brainer for puzzle aficionados, even if everything doesn’t quite come together in the end.

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