Gamezebo writes: "Anka, a new puzzle adventure from Ovogame, has a great concept but suffers from middling execution. The idea is to provide players with a wide variety of brainteasers-word searches, mahjong, tile-sliding puzzles, and much more-within the context of the game's story, which concerns a boy trying free his mother from jail for a crime she didn't commit and find his missing father. Sounds great. The problem is that it ends up becoming a jack-of-all-puzzles-and-master-of-none. The variety is nice, but few of the game's conundrums are compelling enough to make us crave more."