Summary: It's a nice leisurely puzzle game. You get little black shapes that you fill with pieces, some of it is timed and some of it isn't. I just wanted a simple puzzle game to have around if the mood strikes me. It's not too complicated or complex.
Summary: Ok, this game was great at first, but as another reviewer stated, it got rather repititious after awhile. You start to realize that some pieces can only go a certain way anyway. I guess there wasn't much of a challenge the more I played it. However, it's great for a pick-up-and-go game.
Summary: Even tho this game has 452 puzzles, they all use the same shaped pieces and the puzzles don't get any harder as you unlock new areas. The largest piece and the two smallest pieces are easy to place, so it's really just figuring out where to put the other four pieces. Some of the puzzles are challenging, but for the most part, it's pretty monotonous.
Summary: It was challenging in the beginning. Most people I handed it over to couldn't figure it out. You have to think very spatially. After awhile you learn that some of the shapes can only fit in certain places and that helps. I think people will either find it too tedious or eventually too repetitious. But if you are looking for a good puzzle game then it is great for short bursts.
Excerpt: "...and you will find something Anyway, Neves is a simple puzzle game. You have 7 blocks with different shapes (2 triangles of the same size, 4 quadrilaterals with different sizes and 1 pentagon) and with those, you have to make the silhouette the game is asking you to do. It will always be these 7 blocks. Concerning the silhouettes, it can be an animal, a letter, a Kanji (a Chinese character), an object, etc... For example, You are asked to do ...
Pros: Good gameplay, some challenging puzzles
Cons: Music repetitive, some puzzles can become irritating if you don't find the solution
Summary: As a child I used to have this as pieces as plastic and a book with pictures to make. There is a lot of content in this game; a lot of hard puzzles, although you need to solve a lot of easy ones first. Lots of puzzles per level but, the different kind of challenges - only touching each piece once, or solving puzzles in a short time - use the same puzzles. There is not much of a game element in it.
Excerpt: "...played any puzzle game like Neves before I decided to start on Silhouettes (standard mode). Once you have chosen this mode you will be asked to select a room, with this being the first time I have played this game, there was only one option, 'Room 1, Level 1'. When entering this room you have a large selection of puzzles. There is a squirel, a stretching cat, a helicopter, a number 3, a desk lamp, a sitting dog and about 41 other puzzles to complete. I ...
Pros: 49 puzzles
Cons: Puzzles all the same just different shapes to complete