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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 981d ago | review

Nintendo Life: Puzzler World 2013 Review

Nintendo Life: There are a number of reasons why the Puzzler World series continues to see new life on DS. For one, it's still a bestselling series, which is no doubt partly down to the DS's impressive install base around the world. However, it's also the fact that the titles' word and logic puzzles — which historically have been restricted to newspapers and books — are perfectly suited for the system's touch screen controls and portable nature. Puzzler World 2013 is the latest instalment, and with an impressive range of new puzzles all stored in a single game card, it's certainly worth a look if you consider yourself a puzzle fanatic. (Nintendo DS, Puzzler World 2013) 7/10

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