Clever hodgepodge of puzzles is full of brainteasers.
Common Sense Media
10 March 2013
Summary: Parents need to know that Puzzler World 2013 contains more than two dozen different kinds of puzzles, ranging from word searches and Sudoku to "spot the difference" challenges and more. With hundreds of variations of each puzzle, players are encouraged to play over and over again, with the goal of unlocking the coveted "Master Mode." There is one mini-game in which players can spin a slot machine in order to win "hint tokens," but there is no sense of actual gambling.
Summary: Puzzler World 2013’s sheer simplicity may be considered a flaw in other games, but it’s part of what makes this title so significant. Rather than forcing new gameplay mechanics or a visual style that pushes players to reacquaint themselves with games they already know, this title instead provides a safe and comfortable return to the basics. A slight handwriting issue aside, this game delivers on exactly what it promises, and that's a world of puzzles.