Puzzle Galaxy Media
Puzzle Galaxy | Official Gameplay Trailer | Nintendo Switch™
Critic Reviews for Puzzle Galaxy
Overall, the game’s design couldn’t be better. I can see myself introducing Puzzle Galaxy to my daughter someday as one of her first ever video games. It’s good for short, relaxing sessions. Considering the base game is free, its DLCs seem reasonably priced, at about 4 to 5 US dollars (each contains between 22 to 54 new puzzles). But I’d like to see a wider variety of themes. The ones available now are space, steampunk, ocean life, cats and dogs, horses, princesses, and city or country landscapes. It’d be nice to have more categories, such as food, home interiors, dinosaurs, or construction vehicles. Meanwhile, I like that there’s a mix of digital paintings and actual photographs.
Overall, Puzzle Galaxy is a great game for the whole family. It has a solid foundation, is graphically pleasing, and excellent for killing a couple of hours of time. It’s great to occupy the kids while going through day-to-day tasks. It’s certainly not a game-breaking title, but it does have a multiplayer feature that supports up to two players. We highly recommend picking up a copy for the Nintendo Switch.