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There’s nothing I like more than a surprise game that shows up, slaps you around a bit, and leaves you thirsting for mor...
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As the game starts you’ll witness the main character, Gris, losing her voice. This seems to be both literal and symbolic...
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The Gardens Between
When we first saw footage of this title in one of the Nindie Directs it was already clear that the game was brilliant v...
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Battle Chef Brigade Deluxe

Brigade is a game that immediately sounded appealing when I heard the premise and then delivered something truly uniq...

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Shovel Knight Pocket Dungeon
Original, brilliantly designed, varied, challenging, and loads of fun the Shovel Knight series has shaken up the action puzzler genre nicely
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Untitled Goose Game
Bless indie developers and their ability to come up with weird concepts for gameplay that you probably never considered ...
While no new enhancements have been made to this flagship puzzle series, it remains as the king of its subgenre hill
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Teslagrad Remastered
Taking the masterfully-made original to spruce it up a little and add some additional challenges makes a great game better
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This far into the Switch lifespan the list of outstanding top-notch indie titles that haven’t yet made it to the platfor...
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There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension
OK, so typically when you see games coming over in some form from the mobile space I tend to put on my skeptic hat and p...
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Shady Part of Me
There’s something pretty delightful when you encounter games that you’ve never previously heard of that, once you begin ...
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Having played so many of them, unfortunately the first thing I assume I’ll see when approaching any sort of puzzle game ...
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Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince
A quick admission, while I’ve always appreciated the beauty of the Trine series overall I was just never much of a fan o...
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Puzzle Quest: The Legend Returns
While fans of the old school original game likely won’t even need to read this review, it’s worth noting that though som...
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Slayaway Camp: Butcher's Cut
To start out in the game you’ll initially be playing the part of Skullface, a homicidal maniac determined to slaughter t...
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Bridge Constructor Portal
While there have been a few different bridge construction games on the Switch I'd say this one, by far, stands out from ...
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Let's! Revolution!
An intriguing mix of Minesweeper and roguelike unpredictability that works well
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Steve Jackson's Sorcery!

While I may be prone to complaining when titles put me to sleep with their droning stories and dry lore, when the qua...

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A curious mix of platforming, objective-driven adventure elements, and charming visuals help Promenade shine
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Little Nightmares II

Having missed out on the original, though certainly having heard its praises, I walked into Little Nightmares 2 with ...

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Botany Manor
An interesting mix of botanical rejuvenation, exploration, and problem solving
Youropa Banner
While this gravity-defying and somewhat mind-bending 3D puzzler can be aggravating it’s also quite unique
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Train Valley: Console Edition
This seemingly calm and pleasant train sim is actually quite a tastily strategic challenge in disguise
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A Monster's Expedition

One thing I’ve learned over the years as someone both on the programming end of software and on the consumer en...

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Jenny LeClue - Detectivu

One of the more overall neglected flavors on the Switch has been single-player experiences I would consider to be bot...

Kine Banner
With its challenging 3D-style puzzling and great jazz soundtrack, Kine simply has its own vibe
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Death Squared

If you've felt like puzzle games have become a bit stale and predictable over the years, with many of them using ...

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A pretty unique test of your ability to process quite a lot at once, your reactions, your planning, and your patience
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Piczle Lines 2: Into the Puzzleverse
While the fundamentals of the Lines experience haven’t evolved much, the addition of theming and loads of puzzles of various sizes has appeal
Timelie Banner
While time manipulation puzzling has been done before in the indie space, there’s an element of visual polish and flair ...
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Where Cards Fall
Considering the abundance of puzzle games on the casual-friendly Switch, including many from the mobile/tablet space it’...
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Unbound: Worlds Apart
While they weren’t initially very well-represented on the Switch, in the past 2 years the Metroidvania genre has been th...
Bonkies Banner
While my family and I have become quite jaded with multiplayer titles, since so many of them fall into pretty predictabl...
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Dodo Peak
There’s nothing I enjoy more with indies than games that defy expectation. At first glance Dodo Peak looks like a pretty...
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I first encountered Biped at PAX East, repeatedly walking by the booth on the way to other appointments and seeing small...
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While puzzle platformers are represented in abundance in the indie space, there are definitely ones that put in some ext...
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Who ever said that puzzle games had to be for casual gamers? Oh sure, Wunderling could likely be enjoyed by just about a...
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Travel Mosaics: A Paris Tour
Even as consistently as indie titles have managed to surprise me, there are times when I’m almost taken aback by a title...
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Tangle Tower
When there are so many point-and-click style adventures available on the Switch it pays to try to stand out. Smart puzzl...
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The definite stand-out title of the week is Etherborn, a gorgeous, challenging, and somewhat mind-bending 3D environment...
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The World Next Door
As the final credits rolled The World Next Door felt like a satisfying experience on the whole but I was also left with ...
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Golf Peaks
Starting out things are pretty simple as the game walks you through the basic mechanics. For each puzzle you’ll have a n...
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Baba Is You
Why settle for going the normal route and following the game’s rules to win when you can simply look for ways to change ...
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The Room
Brought over from the mobile and tablet space, which is normally a red flag for potentially mediocre titles, The Room is...
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True Fear: Forsaken Souls - Part 1
Who knew that having played a number of horror-esque games on the Switch that the one that would be the most consistent ...
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The Spectrum Retreat
You begin by waking in a somewhat modern-looking hotel room and are pretty quickly greeted by one of the staff, an almos...
Semblance Banner
This is a title I got to check out at PAX East that definitely left me wanting more and the final product was no disappo...
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FRAMED Collection
While its comic book-style presentation is clean and outstanding it’s the unusual gameplay in both Framed and its sequel...
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Piczle Colors
If you’re unfamiliar this style of puzzle game centers on filling in a pixel grid with a variety of colors to create a l...
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Azkend 2: The World Beneath
The greatest strength the game has is the diversity of variations it throws at you, with new wrinkles and variations in ...

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