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Submitted by marcellizot 827d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: Puzzle Retreat review

Video games can be seriously stressful. Most are designed to resist you, to punish your mistakes, and to kill your little digital avatar.

Puzzle Retreat sets out specifically to do the opposite. As the name suggests, this is designed as a virtual spa weekend, gently taxing you into a state of Zen-like bliss. (iPad, iPhone, Puzzle Retreat) 7/10

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