If you’re craving more physics-based attack-style puzzle games, then you could do worse than to be stranded on Monster Island. Brought to you by Miniclip, the same folks that thought up Fragger, Monster Island is very much like its Fragger predecessor, but better.
iPhone and iPad apps tagged "puzzle games."
Use SuperBall Power-Ups for Even Higher Scores in Zepi:Classic HD
OstinGames has introduced Zepi:Classic HD 1.1, the very first app of the Zepi series for the iPad, with terrific SuperBall power-up now to help players score even more! High scores — as well as the new world record — are in your own hands as the SuperBall multiplies points earned based on how efficient you are during each session.
Safari Party Brings a New Twist to the Classic Matching puzzle game
Pixowl Inc. is pleased to announce the release and immediate worldwide availability of the universal application for iOS Safari Party 1.0, a family-friendly, fast-paced arcade puzzle game that brings a new twist to the classic matching gameplay apps.
Connectrode Definitely Connects with Puzzle Fans
Looking for a thought-provoking and completely original puzzle game to occupy your mind? Look no further than Connectrode – a new puzzle game developed just for iOS by a team of independent designers.
Squirmee and the Puzzling Tree Takes Root Amongst Action Puzzles
If games such as Cut the Rope and Cover Orange are tops on your list, then Squirmee and the Puzzling Tree is worth taking note of. A creative puzzler with clever mechanics, Squirmee is a challenging, but intuitive, touch-to-play game with great elements of surprise.
Find Me If You Can! - Spot the Difference
Find Me If You Can! – Spot the Difference. It’s a mouthful of a title, but it speaks for itself. Find Me If You Can is a "spot the difference" game with a real difference. Based on both well-known fables and fairy tales and rendered in the styles of famous artists, Find Me If You Can!
Slice It! This Precision Puzzle Could Become Your Next Obsession
Was there a guy in your sixth-grade class who spent day after day drawing geometric shapes on graph paper, fascinated by the perfect symmetry that medium afforded him? Well, he's made an app.
Virion SD for iPhone is Not So Viral
Virion SD for iPhone is a puzzle style game based on matching shapes to receptors to complete levels within a specified time frame. Virion is definitely unlike any puzzle game I’ve seen before, but its uniqueness doesn’t necessarily mean it is destined for greatness.
Keep Your Brain Hopping with Frogiz Puzzle Logic
It's always refreshing to find a good puzzle game burried in the App Store that is both unique and fun to play. Frogiz may not be on your radar, but if you enjoy puzzles it's worth a look. Similar to Fling!, but with its own unique objective and more layered, Frogiz features a 5 x 5 grid with pink and green frogs and round and square lillypads.
Sudoku Uno Brings Brain Twister to iPad
Sudoku Uno is a good reimagining of the popular puzzle game for the iPad.
Sudoku is played by placing the numbers one through nine only one time each in rows and columns. Traditionally it is played in newspapers or consumable Sudoku books.
Color Puzzle 3D - It's Not Your Average Cube Puzzle
Color Puzzle 3D is a three dimensional, multifacited puzzle block solved by switching and rotating the faces of cubes until all the colors are matched up together. Loosely likened to the famous Rubik's Cube, Color Puzzle 3D instead features tiles with four triangular color segments per cube face, which can be switched out with another tile anywhere on the object or rotated in position 90 degrees at a time.
Mr. Giggle Offers Tetris-Like Play for Puzzle Lovers on iPhone and iPad
Mr. Giggle (editor's note: now replaced by Mr. Giggle 2) is a very fun and addictive game that plays well on the iPhone but is even better with the extra screen real estate on the iPad.
Unlike its predecessor, Mr.
Blyx Features Fun without Commitment
You want a game with simple rules and one that doesn’trequire any commitment on your part. Play it, put it down, pick up from where you left off. It's that simple. Blyx, from Pearl Fisher Games, falls into that category.
Relix Is Easy to Learn but Can Be Hard to Beat
Mark Mengelt’s Relix is one of those “easy to play, lifetime to master” kinds of match-up games that keep you engaged for hours on end. The objective is to clear game tiles from each level—there are 50 in all—by strategically moving them around the board to match up two or more tiles.
Think, Swipe, and Evolve into a Swipehead
With the overwhelming collection of puzzle apps available a few truly smart and original ones must surely get lost in the shuffle. This is obviously the case with Swipehead by Wizkeit Games and Vive Technologies.