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Submitted by Wiiloveit 589d ago | review

Wiiloveit.com: Puzzler World XL - DSiWare Review

"With the exception of an emerging service, it's usually unheard of that there would be a shortage of word games on handheld and mobile platforms. It is often the case that these offer the most ideal conditions for on-the-go play while seated in a waiting room, monitoring something processing at a slow pace, that type of thing. As a result, with there being an exhaustive amount of options available to consumers and the maintained styles that separate one entry from the other in manufactured content, it can be a puzzle in itself just trying to figure out which of these will be most worth its while over the long-term. If your goal is to have your word-puzzle fill satisfied by traditional rather than original methods, you'll certainly find Puzzler World XL to be a hospitable solution." -- Wiiloveit.com (Nintendo DS, Puzzler World XL) 80/100

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