Tagged: Wii puzzler

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Magnetis review

What with the recession and none of us common people having any money apart from that on credit cards, the idea of low cost gaming should be appealing to all of us. Almost every current video game system from the Nintendo Wii right through to the Xbox 360 has a digital download store providing small games at a low price. I’ve already reviewed some excellent games from Nintendo’s WiiWare store that all cost less than $15 including: ColourZ – A precision based puzzle game for those with maximum dexterity, or three arms. Water Warfare – Probably the only first person...

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Rubiks World review

The Game Factory has brought the amazing world of Rubik’s Cubism to the Nintendo Wii in the form of the ingeniously named Rubik’s World (Rubik’s Puzzle World in Europe). It is estimated that 5% of the world’s population have purchased a Rubik’s Cube since it was originally released in the 1970’s (that’s over 300 million people), with sales figures like that it would be crazy not to bring the puzzle sensation into the 21st Century with a video game iteration. So how does Rubik’s Puzzle World for Wii shape up? Find out in my review of Rubik’s World for Wii....

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Marble Saga Kororinpa Release Date

The Sequel to the original Wii title Kororinpa is due to hit the shelves very soon and by all accounts is looking very cool, we thought that we should let you know about it. Kororinpa is a ball rolling game in a similar vein to Super Monkey Ball and Marble Madness, the main difference really is that Kororinpa features lots of unique game world environments and characters. This time around Hudson are putting in support for Wii Balance Board control as well as the ability to use your Mii character. The 150 levels spread across 7 very pretty looking worlds...

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World of Goo review

Although Nintendo’s WiiWare service (where you can buy and download games to play rather than purchase discs) is a great bonus for those owning a Wii, up until now not even Nintendo themselves have released a killer title to really promote the service. So whilst many have tried, no single WiiWare game up until now has cut the mustard. Enter 2D Boy and their physics based puzzle game World of Goo; so consider the mustard well & truly cut, slashed, hung, drawn, quartered and spread over a tasty vegetarian hot dog. But hold on says the editor, we’re giving the...

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Geon for Wii

Regular Xbox Live Arcade users may have spotted a nice looking game called Geon Emotions released last year. Well the good news is that the action puzzle game is now heading to Wii next year with all new bits created especially for the Wii version. Geon Wii is an interesting game where your aim is to collects all of the pellets across a stage (yes a bit like Pac Man and that bonus game in Sonic & Knuckles) by moving your cube (called a Geon) around the level, and then you can deposit them in an opponent’s goal. As you’ve...

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Defend Your Castle review

If you’re a keen PC user you may have come across Defend Your Castle as an addictive flash browser game, if not then don’t worry, it’s not essential to have played it before to appreciate this new version. Defend Your Castle the Flash game asked you to use your mouse to fend off a hoard of little stick men whose sole intention was to knock your castle down. Defend Your Castle now with Wii Remote control makes its way to the WiiWare service and comes with a radical makeover and a few gameplay changes, but is it any good? Well...