Summary: this was okay, but one can pretty much breeze through the puzzles and then it is pretty much done. not sure about going back and deleting your "finishes" to start again, so that instruction is a little fuzzy, but then again, not sure you'd want to start all over(?
Summary: Puzzler World 2011 is the UK version of our Puzzler World 2. The UK version is more expensive than our version. However, it does not have any of the bugs found in our version. Overall, I found it to be a great game.
Summary: All the puzzles are fun. Easy and relaxing but if you are looking for hard, mind challenging, brain benders this is not the game for you. These are just fun and relaxing games to pass the time with. Have fun.
Summary: I'm 58 years old so lots of games are just not for me. At first I was sort of disappointed with the games because they were pretty easy, but they get progressively harder and you can skip over the ones you don't like. There is a variety of different kinds of puzzles, like sudoku, crossword, fitword so you're not playing the same kind of game over and over. The games are faily quick so you don't have to devote hours at a time.
Summary: I'm a "senior" (over 65) and I bought this game because it looked like something I would enjoy, since I love doing puzzles. I was not disappointed, for the most part. In the beginning levels (I'm only at the 65th puzzle out of a total 560), some of the puzzles (especially the Bonus ones) seem a little too easy, e.g., Equate, Hangman, Anagrams, Wordsearch, but from some of the other reviews, I see the puzzles will get more difficult as I get to the higher ones.
Very good for casual gamers and puzzle fans, but little replay value
buru buru piggu, Amazon
1 January 2010
Summary: Puzzler World is a MASSIVE collection of simple puzzle games. There are 560 individual puzzles of various types. When you complete one, you unlock a bonus puzzle, for a total of 1120 puzzles. The main puzzle types are: - Wordsearch: find words hidden horizontally, vertically, or diagonally on a board full of letters. All the words are related to a particular theme, eg. dogs, marine animals, birds. - Sudoku: self-explanatory. - Crossword: self-explanatory.