Posts Tagged ‘logic’

Help our robots get on Steam and receive a FREE copy of the game!

Wednesday, February 5th, 2014

Our robots are spreading like a wild virus and now we are excited to see that our latest revamped version of the robotic series, Robot Rescue Revolution is making its appearance on Steam’s Greenlight!

With your help we can bring these robots onto Steam! Please help us by voting ‘YES’ on the Robot Rescue Revolution Greenlight page and join our Robot Rescuers Group to score a FREE copy of the game once it has been Greenlit!

If you are still unfamiliar with the game, let me give you a quick snap shot of what it’s all about!

Robot Rescue Revolution is a tough puzzle game where you control a bunch of robots trapped in dangerous labyrinths and it’s your job to help them escape. The greatest twist is that all the robots share linked controls, synchronizing their movements and complicating what may at first seemed like a simple escape plan! The title is already available on PlayStation3/PlayStation Network and now we hope to bring these robots to Steam but we can’t do it alone so we need your help!

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Banana Bliss: Jungle Puzzles in review!

Monday, December 30th, 2013

Released before Christmas this little gem from Japanese development house, Mechanic Arms was already wagging tongues in the Nintendo community before its release. Now, after swinging into the European and American Nintendo eShop, the results are in and it’s time to see how our latest title, Banana Bliss: Jungle Puzzles has fared.

One of the first reviews was by Darkain Arts  who emphasized that “Banana Bliss: Jungle Puzzles is a fun game to play and is a breeze to pick up play in short bursts. With SO many levels to play through in this game you can keep playing for long sessions or just grab a quick level in while you’re out an about. This game is great fun.” Overall it was scored a whooping 9/10!

NintendoLife described the action-puzzler as a “great entertainment; a good fit for the eShop” which is “easy to learn and challenging enough to keep you invested”, scoring it a superb 7/10.

Pure Nintendo’s Trevor Gould prasied the title scoring it 7.5/10 and adding that “I can also confidently say that this is a download that’s worth your time.  Banana Bliss Jungle Puzzles is another good puzzle platformer for 3DS.

More reviews followed suit, with Family Friendly Gaming scoring Banana Bliss: Jungle Puzzles an awesome 89/100 as well as First Comic News’ Matthew Szewczyk praising the game for its suitability for all ages adding that “I would not be surprised if my kids found this little gem installed on their 3DS systems on Christmas morning, Santa is with the times after all, and I think they would have a blast with it.

And last but not least, a video review by ClassicGameRoom:

 

See what all the fuss is about and get your own copy of the game and start your adventure through the jungles of Paradise Island today!

Hitting up PS3 with some puzzling robotic entertainment!

Thursday, November 21st, 2013

Looking for some puzzling robotic fun? Then meet the next installment in the Robot Rescue franchise with these latest robots teleporting onto PlayStation®3!

Robot Rescue Revolution brings the puzzle genre to a whole new level! The goal in each level is to safely guide the robots to their designated exits. Sounds simple enough but the only problem is they all share linked controls and are synchronized in their movements. In other words, when you move one, you move them all in the same direction!

But do not fear just yet as with each deadly labyrinth full of perilous objects there are also objects available to help in your escape. Colored doors, teleports and cloning machines will all add to your strategy but don’t overlook the perilous object either… as even the deadly object of a mine may help, as long as you use it wisely!

RobotRescue Rev Hitting up PS3 with some puzzling robotic entertainment!

  • Venture through 3 exciting worlds with more than 100 maps to solve for countless hours of fun
  • Design and share custom maps with players around the world
  • Various interactive objects to aid in your escape or to entirely avoid
  • Co-op mode and split screen competitive mode options within Two Player
  • 10 trophies to collect and add to your PlayStation Trophy Cabinet

Robot Rescue Revolution will be available via the European PlayStation®Network on December 4 for €6.99 with an American release coming soon.

1001 Crystal Mazes Collection (DSiWare) – review by Wiiloveit.com

Friday, May 21st, 2010

1001crystalmazes thumbnail2 1001 Crystal Mazes Collection (DSiWare)   review by Wiiloveit.comWiiloveit.com published yesterday a new review of 1001 Crystal Mazes Collection written by KnucklesSonic8.

“This difficult logic puzzle is a great fit for DSiWare. You’re paying for tons and tons of content, not to mention portability for those occasions when you’re looking for on-the-go gaming.”

General rating:
Gameplay 7/10, Presentation 7/10, Enjoyment 4/5, Extra Content 5/5 – great value for the price.

Overall the game’s score is 23/30 and it is tagged with a ‘good‘ mark!
If you’d like to take a look at the whole article, you can find it here.

Check out the 1001 Crystal Mazes Collection website to know more about the title.

1001 Crystal Mazes Collection (DSiWare) – review by IGN.com

Friday, May 7th, 2010

1001crystalmazes thumbnail 1001 Crystal Mazes Collection (DSiWare)   review by IGN.com1001 Crystal Mazes Collection was launched in the North American Nintendo DSiWare™ service on Monday, May 3rd.  It can be bought for only 500 Nintendo DSi Points™.

IGN.com in their weekly DSiWare Capsule Reviews considered the game worth buying and they marked it with a ‘GET IT’ tag!

“(…) a great deal of depth and options (…) it’s hard to beat nearly a thousand more levels than the competition”  – writes Lucas M. Thomas in his review.

Overall 1001 Crystal Mazes Collection got 7/10! The whole article can be read here.

If you’d like to know more, visit the game’s site.