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What do you think of when you read the term 'puzzle game'?

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I still think of 3D games as those isometric titles like Head Over Heels and Batman, despite the likes of Driller and Total Eclipse then being 3D games and then things like Tomb Raider and Mario 64 being 3D games and then 3DS games being 3D games.

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Love a puzzle game. So much so that I made some. Here's the demo of my latest, due out in 2 weeks.

 

https://store.steampowered.com/app/1345350/Simply_Puzzles_Junctions/

 

Sorry if it's spam, I'm trying to contribute too!

 

For me a puzzle game can be anything that requires a bit of logic to solve. If you need to learn and apply rules to a situation, then it's a puzzle game. I suppose that's literally all games though so... shrug.

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29 minutes ago, RipePlums said:

Love a puzzle game. So much so that I made some. Here's the demo of my latest, due out in 2 weeks.

 

https://store.steampowered.com/app/1345350/Simply_Puzzles_Junctions/

 

Sorry if it's spam, I'm trying to contribute too!

 

For me a puzzle game can be anything that requires a bit of logic to solve. If you need to learn and apply rules to a situation, then it's a puzzle game. I suppose that's literally all games though so... shrug.

 

How much will that be? That looks fabulous. 

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