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Warlock's Tower

Ratalaika Games, Midipixel, Whippering
Jan 31, 2017 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

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Warlock's Tower puts a unique spin on the classic puzzler genre.

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Warlock's Tower is a simple-looking but challenge-packed puzzle game that will easily attract players with its level design and fine tuned difficulty. The game will quickly welcome players into its mechanics and even if it's not the most original puzzle game ever made, there's enough here to keep the player with the eyes locked on the Nintendo Switch.

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Warlock's Tower is a fun puzzle game that's challenging, but not hard enough to rage quit. As a whole, the game is charming and it's fun alone, with a friend, or on the go.

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Over 100 stages of mind-boggling puzzles await anyone who decides to tackle Warlock's Tower. Depending on your patience and aptitude for problem-solving, this adventure could last for quite some time. In every respect, Midipixel has done a fine job. The charming visuals and great soundtrack accompany a wealth of challenging ordeals. Frustration and exhaustion are rarely a factor, because this puzzler never tries to do too much at once. Altogether, it's a worthwhile pick-up for genre fans.

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With great retro graphics, decently witty writing, and fiendish puzzle designs, players looking for an old-school challenge won’t be disappointed.

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In conclusion, Warlock’s Tower is a simple, yet brilliant logic game with fun puzzles to enjoy during the 100 stage journey. It’s a simple concept that sticks to simplicity while not feeling repetitive nor hastily thrown together, the stages where you swap between characters are a ton of fun as well, and overall Warlock’s Tower is a Game Boy Puzzler tribute done justice, something that I was very pleased to see for a game I didn’t have much expectations for.

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There’s no doubt that retro games have been in vogue for a while now, with games that don’t require a great deal of visual complexity sometimes managing to break away from the pack with a unique visual style...

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