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Puzzler Collection (PSP)

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Genre: Puzzle / Release Date: 2008-08-01 / Published by Ubisoft

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      31.08.2011 17:23



      Plenty to keep you amused if you like puzzles

      The Puzzler Collection is a game where you play the most popular number and word puzzles on the PSP. Over 2000 Crosswords, Sudoku, Wordsearch and Fitword puzzles are in the game so you won't end up repeating puzzles unless you play very often.

      The puzzles can be tackled individually by selecting the types of puzzle and difficulty leve. A tournament mode is also available where you progress by proving your worth at each level before being allowed to progress further.

      The puzzles are nice and clear so even in full glare it can be played. Being a PSP game the main negative with the game is inputting the answers. Having no qwerty keyboard or mouse makes it quite slow and error prone entering the words or numbers.

      Obviously this isn't a game for fans of action or adventure but is a good time killer and in situations where you can't 100% concentrate on a game it'll pass the time without the risk of being killed or having a complicated story line to follow.

      It's also proved handy in passing time on long car journeys as the passenger can read out crossword clues to the driver, not perfect as the driver can't see the letters but can help make boring journeys a bit easier.

      If you typically buy a puzzle book from an airport to amuse you on a flight this game could pay for itself within a few trips.


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