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: I was never ever into video games, handheld video games or even computer games. I'm more of a book person. I got the nintendo ds as a gift, searched for some puzzle games and tried this game out.
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: I was looking for a sudoku game with decent graphics to compare to Brain Age, which I've completed. This looked like it will fit the bill, so we ordered it about a month ago. Now, I basically use my DS just at nighttime so I have something to do besides read books when I'm being an insomniac.
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 love puzzles and this game has satisified my need for more. You have your average puzzles in here: crossword, wordsearch & sudoku. Then there are the easy puzzles: Spot the Difference, Link-A-Pix (my fav, super easy can't stop playing it) & Silhouette.
Summary: I've played about 85 of the games so far in the challenge mode, but I've barely scratched the surface (and each game has a bonus game after you finish the main game). So there's plenty of puzzles to keep you busy...over 1000! My absolute favorite is link-a-pix.
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.