Puzzler World PC

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6.4

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  1. AWG
    Jul 7, 2013
    7
    Puzzler World is a huge crossword magazine on your desktop PC: Wordsearch, Fitword, Sudoku, Crossword, Silhouette, Spot the Difference, Code word, Hangman... and many others, in many languages. Yes.
  2. Nov 20, 2013
    6
    As far as this game goes it provided me with some light entertainment to kill a few hours here and there and although the resolution could have been tweaked better I refuse to complain because considering I bought Puzzler World 2 for like 99p in the Steam sales and this came free with it you really can’t negatively review a game that did actually hold my interest and I enjoyed playing. IfAs far as this game goes it provided me with some light entertainment to kill a few hours here and there and although the resolution could have been tweaked better I refuse to complain because considering I bought Puzzler World 2 for like 99p in the Steam sales and this came free with it you really can’t negatively review a game that did actually hold my interest and I enjoyed playing. If you enjoy crosswords, Sudoku’s, word searches, letter games and similar puzzles you can’t really go wrong! Expand
  3. May 26, 2014
    6
    A nice little game with hundreds of traditional puzzles. A nice casual game to calm down to if you enjoy games like Sudoku, Wordsearch, Crosswords, Hangman, etc. There's also a few fun games like Link-A-Pix and Spot The Difference thrown in as well to keep it fresh. For what it's meant to be, Puzzler World achieves it perfectly: a simple hub to play traditional puzzle games on with noA nice little game with hundreds of traditional puzzles. A nice casual game to calm down to if you enjoy games like Sudoku, Wordsearch, Crosswords, Hangman, etc. There's also a few fun games like Link-A-Pix and Spot The Difference thrown in as well to keep it fresh. For what it's meant to be, Puzzler World achieves it perfectly: a simple hub to play traditional puzzle games on with no riff-raff or attempts at trying anything new. The art could've been more well done, and a couple of the games aren't to my liking, specifically Fit Word and Silouette, which is why I took two points off, the other two were for the unlikable, child-like graphics. Expand

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