puzzle games

iPhone and iPad apps tagged "puzzle games."


Waste Some Time With Dynamate

There are new puzzle games coming out everyday hoping to be the next big thing — some show more potential than others. Now, I'm not saying that the new puzzle game Dynamate will be the next best thing, but it definitely has a lot of potential.

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Skizzle With Your Photos and Solve Your Personal Puzzle

Do you remember those childhood games using a scrambled picture with one block missing? Basically, the idea of the game was to unscramble the blocks and the photo comes together. Skizzle is a similar "unscramble the photo" game that uses the photos on your iPhone.

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Buy Pathways - EDITORS' CHOICE on the App Store

Pathways - Brain Stimulating Puzzle Fun

Released last week by San Diego-based developer Conniption Entertainment, Pathways is an addictive puzzle game that, unlike many other game apps of a similar nature, offers a cute storyline as well as fun graphics.

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Puzzllotto is a Contest Wrapped in a Puzzle Wrapped in an Enigma

Mike Lee of UnitedLemur.org has finally introduced Puzzllotto, the highly anticipated logic puzzle that has had the internets buzzing for the last few weeks. Puzzllotto feels like a conundrum or endless riddle.

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Interview with Ian Dunlop

AppCraver recently spoke with Ian Dunlop, the developer behind Cosmic One, Tilt Me, iVoodoo, and Stress Toy. He answered our questions about developing apps for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

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Buy Cosmic One on the App Store

Cosmic One - Fast Addictive Puzzle Fun

Cosmic One is a simple shape-matching puzzle game with instinctive controls and addictive qualities. Developer oeFun, Inc, the company behind other iPhone games like iVoodoo and Stress Toy, brings the puzzle game in its most basic form but with increasing and controllable pace, Cosmic One can be played by a four-year old as well as a grown-up.

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SlideToPlay Guest Post: New Games Roundup

New games are hitting the App Store at an unprecedented rate--too fast for our mortal brains to process and write previews about. So, we've decided to list some new games we've got our eye on, in what will hopefully become a reoccurring feature: Slide To Play's App Store Medley!

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Interview with Mobeen Fikree of Geomex

AppCraver recently spoke with Mobeen Fikree, the developer behind Geomex. He answered our questions about developing apps for the iPhone and iPod Touch. 1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?

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Buy Fuzzle on the App Store

Fuzzle - A Free, Fun Puzzle Game

Fuzzle, from CandyCane, describes itself as a "classic, highly addictive puzzle game, that is simple and yet challenging. The idea behind Fuzzle is to move balls around on a board trying to line up 5 balls of the same color.

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Buy TanZen - Relaxing tangram puzzles on the App Store

Tanzen is Another Tangram Puzzle Game for iPhone Entertainment

Tanzen and Tanzen Lite are classic tangram games packaged for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Tangrams have been challenging folks for centuries. At first glance, how hard can it be to fit 7 geometric shapes into a shaded puzzle area. Actually, it's more difficult than it sounds.

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Aurora Feint Becomes the Best Free Game on iPhone, Eventually

Aurora Feint Becomes the Best Free Game on iPhone, Eventually

I've documented my problems with Aurora Feint previously. I wasn't able to get past the opening screen without having the application crash. Several reinstallations later, I was finally able to play the game, only to get stuck in the first section of the game without any way to progress or quit.

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iMaze has a Few Unexpected Twists

iMaze has a Few Unexpected Twists

iMaze is actually pretty fun. I was surprised. I’ve complained in an earlier post about actually mechanical games like this. But, for some reason, the iPhone version is fun. The game is just like a marble maze.

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Brain Tuner Is a Simple Math Quiz

Brain Tuner has a very cute icon and a cute name, but is really nothing more than a timed math test. Suprisingly, a lot of people give it decent reviews on the app store. If the idea of solving 20 third grade arithmetic problems in the least amount of time possible interests you, try it out.

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