A strong mechanic that’s been expanded a bit too far, making for samey – if psychedelic – gameplay.
A short but sweet interactive cartoon whose charming story stumbles into a tone-killing minefield of trial-and-error.
Cute as a button shaped like a pug puppy, kids (and adults, to a point) should enjoy this varied cartoony puzzler.
It’s mostly more of the same for the series, but Universal play and Retina support make this enduring favourite shine again.
Some frustratingly difficult later levels, but otherwise this enjoyable dam-building puzzle is top of the class.
A cute, relaxing airline manager that hits some turbulence in the form of limited depth and – much like Tiny Tower – too much waiting.
A solid, enjoyable foundation – but structural niggles soon grate, keeping this bear from getting the honey it would otherwise deserve.
Great level design and the need for a thoughtful approach – this could well convince you you’re not done with hurl-’em puzzlers just yet.