Yawnsome colour-matching that’s only redeemed by the inclusion of a level editor to let you craft your own puzzles.
Far too difficult at times, but also far too charming, entertaining and original for that to matter too much.
A mirror image of a classic game turns out to be just as good as the original.
Seriously fiendish brain-teaser, but the variety dries up all too quickly, even if the number of levels don’t.
Despite excellent presentation, the core concept of Puzzle Saga doesn’t quite hold up, and you’re left with grinding to survive against tougher enemies.
Letterpress is now the only two-player word game in town, in our eyes. (Almost literally – we’re so addicted we’re often not playing much else.)
A mite frustrating at times, but Shardlands adds much-needed layers of mystery and atmosphere to the tried-and-tested iOS puzzle-adventure format.
Further proof that adventure gaming and iOS devices go hand in hand like a hidden key in a mysterious chest.