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  • Summary: [Downloadable Game] Go! Puzzle includes Swizzle Blocks, Aquatica and Skycraper - the ultimate test of speed, nerves and, wits all rolled into FUN! Swizzleblocks is a hectic and addicting puzzle game featuring four exhilarating gameplay modes. Aquatica is a nautical, fast-paced, mind-twisting puzzle game in which a string of three mines fall into your submarine's playing field. And Skyscraper is the most extreme, fast-paced puzzle solving race to the top. If you think you can handle it, prove yourself by trying them all online and earning a place on the leader boards. Contains single, co-op and multiplayer challenges with various play modes and infinite levels. Swizzleblocks features video chat, four exhilarating modes including Puzzle, Challenge, Time Attack, and Battle. Aquatica features three fast paced modes, 50 brain cracking puzzles, and online video chat. Skycraper features three mind-tickling modes, 7 cities, 5-7 towers each, 50 brain teasing puzzles, multiplayer on-line video chat and much, much more. [SCEA] Expand
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  1. Three decent puzzle games with plenty of modes, options and even an online and offline multiplayer.
  2. While Go! Puzzle works well in places, it ultimately feels like the cheap download it is. [May 2007, p.77]
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    Go! Puzzle has a large array of modes given its price, but none of the games included in it truly stand out.
  4. If you like mini-games, Go! Puzzle represents some decent value with three simple yet fiendishly addictive puzzle games. [May 2007, p.66]
  5. While Go! Puzzle succeeds in so many ways (particularly in its multiplayer battle modes) the bottom line is that none of the core games are anywhere near to matching the fun of, say Tetris or even a 'lower tier' classic like "Lumines."
  6. No classic, but Go! Puzzle gives you plenty of puzzle for minimum outlay. [June 2007, p.101]
  7. 58
    Puzzle fanatics who can tolerate inadequacies in the two disappointing games can find plenty of occupying depth for a rainy day. [Issue#152, p.79]

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