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  • Summary: On a quest to track down her father, Anna enlists a guide to take her to her father's last known stop on his expedition. Ben and Anna must work together as a team to continue moving forward. The two of them must move stones and create pathways through each level while avoiding becoming stuck. Help Ben and Anna collect clues among the ruins as you solve the clever puzzles to lead them through Puzzle Expedition! Key Game Features: Clever puzzles to test your strategy skills. Use blocks, switches, and teleports to complete each puzzle. No time limit for solving each puzzle. Help Anna & Ben in this problem-solving adventure! More than 100 levels! Collapse
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  1. Jan 11, 2011
    MumboJumbo delivers another impressive PC-to-DS translation with Puzzle Expedition: The Quest for the Tear of God. Anyone thinking there are not enough challenging puzzle titles on Nintendo's humble dual-screen portable should definitely track this down for some highly engaging block-moving adventure fun.
  2. Jan 15, 2011
    Its unforgiving nature and inherent repetitiveness can deter some as well as make for a bit of tedium, but those looking for a good and long-lasting challenge should definitely pack their backpacks and head out to take on this puzzler.
  3. Jan 24, 2011
    A fine, if limited puzzle game. It has a story, something that few other games in the genre even attempt. It features nearly one hundred levels, all of which manage to be unique and challenging.
  4. Jan 11, 2011
    Puzzle Expedition is far from flashy. Without a scoring system or an engaging story, the only reward for a job well done is pride, and there is plenty to go around. You'll be hard-pressed to find a more challenging puzzle game on the DS. At times, it's even too devious for its own good.
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