I love this type of puzzle game, and Pic-a-Pix Pieces had me playing for hours and hours as I took con completing each of the pieces to the larger images, as I aimed to complete all of them without using the fit option so that I could get that shiny gold medal for the final image. I'll definitely be getting the two DLC packs since more puzzles is exactly what I'll want to play as soon as I finish the last one included in the main game. Go buy Pic-a-Pix Pieces!
Developers Friend & Foe wanted to give freedom to the players with Vane, and on that aspect, they succeeded. Unfortunately for me, this also became a major disappointment, as there was maybe a bit too much freedom to properly lead me through the story and through the experience it should’ve been.
I enjoyed Not A Hero and loved playing through it again on the Nintendo Switch. It's the same great game I played just now portable. If you like the idea of helping with the Mayoral campaign of a bloodthirsty bunny from the future, then this is a game you should play today.
The gameplay look in Don't Sink is not going to be for everyone since there is a lot of repetition involved and a lot of going back and forth the many available islands as you deliver goods to and from, while also taking on one of the over 20 sidequests to complete. I had fun playing Don't Sink as I kept my crew healthy, paying to get more citizens to my town, building new structures to increase its safety and production while I worked my way up the pirate chain, saving up for that big and deadly boat that would allow me to amass a big enough crew to start conquering other islands. Are you up for the challenge?
I loved A Fisherman's Tale. I'm still relatively new to the PlayStation VR platform, but I found this to be a great example of what can be done with VR when a lot of hard work and care is put into a game. It has some really unique puzzles that have much more impact while wearing the headset, and the game tells a cool story. I was disappointed that it came to an end so quickly, but at least that means I can now look forward to what the team does next!
Graphically, Razed is very pretty with modern cartoon-like looks, with a bright and vibrant vide and a really good level of polish. Razed is very decently priced as well, so if you’re skilled in the arts of speed, running, and plaforming, then you should definitely give Razed a go
I had been looking forward to playing Pikuniku since it was revealed as a Nintendo Switch release, and I'm happy to report that it's certainly a colorfully charming, relaxing and fun 2D platforming exploration puzzle game that I highly recommend you buy on Nintendo Switch. You'll be able to take on this adventure on your own or with a friend or loved one thanks to its local co-op, so be sure to grab the game!
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is a different type of game that brings something new to the table on Nintendo Switch. Sure, the game has been available on PC for a while now (and on virtual reality consoles such as PlayStation VR), but odds are that when you bring out this game at your next party most of those in attendance won't have played it before. The way one player is tasked with becoming the bomb defuser while everyone else acts as a bomb expert with a digital or physical manual, for a procedurally generated bomb with procedurally generated puzzles for its different types of modules means that you're going to spend hours playing this one while having a different experience every time. Kudos to Steel Crate Games for coming up with this crazy concept that works great on Nintendo Switch!