Not what we expected, and it might well nonplus brawler fans, but this is an elegant, charming game that feels very much at home on iOS.
Engaging, colourful puzzling that requires lateral thinking – we only wish it came in a serving larger than a canapé.
Having simple puzzles with dextrously tricky solutions falls between two audiences – but think of it as Cat Golf and it nearly works.
Tasty morsels of labyrinth-based puzzling, but some unpredictable enemy movement means sometimes solutions are a case of trial and error.
BoxPlots takes an overdone format and adds charm, character and a smidge of originality, resulting in a very pleasant puzzler.
Not really a ‘game’ in the typical sense, but lacking an expansive enough toolset to make your godlike role satisfying in itself.
This world’s charming enough to warrant some exploration, but it’s soon familiar terrain – and that’s enough to dampen Kumo Lumo’s appeal somewhat.
It won’t amuse you for great stretches at a time, but this is great for dipping in and out of.