Puzzler 2 good entertainment despite loading error
G. J. Lindell, Amazon
5 September 2011
Summary: Received Puzzler 2 a couple of weeks ago as a gift, the basic issue seems to be it doesn't load completely. Puzzle # 82 a crossword won't load at all and have to restart the DSI. I couldn't get #109 to accept answer Freeway. Too many sudoko puzzles.
Summary: I will say I really loved the first one...so much I could hardly put it down. The part 2 is fun and I love it but there are so many errors. Beside that, the game is great. I really expected better (as far as errors go) bc the first one was FLAWLESS!
Summary: Received my copy of Puzzler World 2 the other day. Started playing it and had lots of fun, but... There are quite a few "bugs" in this game. Not being able to finish mini puzzles and main puzzles not loading. Tried resetting the game many times, but this does not help.
Summary: Another review has already outlined all the games here, so I won't bore you with another repititious list. The old faves are back, along with some new ones. And while the gameplay we all loved from the first is here in spades, something not so fun has crept into the fold.
Summary: I brought this game because I was interested in simulating puzzles. However, these puzzles were made for elementary students. The puzzles were boring and super easy. It presented no challenge to me and fail to keep my attention.
Summary: I wanted a game like Brain Age, so I got this one. It says over 1000 games, but really just 5 or 6, over and over. Pretty easy. Sort of boring. Good I guess for younger tweens, but not so much for adults looking for a challenge.
Summary: I watched the pre-order and the release date of Puzzler World for weeks before it became available with much anticipation. I thought "Wow" just look at all the puzzles and it's coming from Atari! Upon it's release in January, I purchased this Puzzler World DS game.
Summary: I'm a strong puzzle solver, amateur puzzle author, and I solved every puzzle in Puzzler World without hints. I review from this perspective. On the plus side, Puzzler World is polished and addictive.