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  • Summary: The Nintendo DS variation of the ancient ‘Chinese Moving Puzzle’ will captivate players of all ages! Solve 100 puzzles in 10 different themed levels and watch them roar to life on your screen! Improve perception skills, logical thinking, and hand-eye coordination in this hands-on adventure that is loaded with fun! [Storm City Games] Expand
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  1. The idea is fresh, fits the handheld's control scheme perfectly and gives gamers who are bored of match-three titles something different to try out.
  2. For the puzzle fanatic, Hands On: Tangrams has plenty to love, yet it’s simple enough for newcomers to pick up and play. Some innovative gameplay modes could spice things up considerably, but staying true to the original game has brought unquestionably successful results.
  3. Hands On!: Tangrams is a basic, casual affair of a puzzler that is perfect for killing a few minutes here and there as you go about your day. For twenty bucks the game provides a ton of puzzles in a genre not usually represented in video gaming despite having been around for hundreds of years.
  4. Nov 25, 2013
    Hands On! Tangrams isn't very original or exciting, but the puzzles are fun to solve — if a little easy — and could easily give younger gamers a bit of a challenge
  5. With no multiplayer options, limited game progression, a terrible soundtrack, and horrible touch control recognition, it is hard to recommend this game over the budget friendly Neves.
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