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Lemmings

A good version of a classic puzzle game. Everybody probably already knows about Lemmings already anyway, so I don’t really need to write anything do…

Puyo Puyo

Probably the deepest and most interesting of the block puzzle games to be released in the wake of Tetris, Puyo Puyo contained a simple to…

Sonic Spinball

One of Sonic’s higher-profile ventures out of the left-to-right platform-jumping ghetto came with this 1993 spin-off, ported to 8-bit machines the following year. The story…

Columns

The Game Boy had Tetris to sell it, and when it came time to launch the Game Gear, Sega wasnt too proud to throw in…

Tetris Attack

Don’t be fooled by the Tetris name, that was just for branding. This is a brand new puzzle game where you must match colored blocks…

Tetris

Incredibly simple yet terribly addictive puzzle game, the idea is invented by our compatriot Alexey Pajitnov. Gamers on all platforms and ages know and love…

Bubble Bobble

Platformer with puzzle elements and a representative of the simple, but devastatingly exciting games. Two dragons Bub and Bob deal with the various monsters by…

Mario’s Picross

With 192 “regular” puzzles and an additional 64 Time Trial puzzles, the value of Mario’s Picross is impressive, containing over 250 puzzles that can easily…

Mole Mania

Mole Mania is a first-party game headed up by Shigeru Miyamoto himself. Some minor control issues aside, it plays a little bit like an endless…

Tetris Attack

Known as Panel de Pon in Japan, Tetris Attack was released on Game Boy and Super Nintendo, although it’s Tetris in name only – the…

Tetris Blast

Having secured the rights to Tetris, Nintendo wasn’t shy about expanding/exploiting the concept in various other puzzle games. Known as Bombliss in Japan, Tetris Blast…

Tetris 2

A sequel to the system-selling puzzler was an absolute given, of course, and looking back on Tetris 2 all these years later, it’s admirable just…

Catrap

Something of hidden gem in the Game Boy catalogue, Catrap is a platform puzzler credited with being the first game to have a ‘rewind’ feature.…

Number Munchers

Munchers was a series of educational/edutainment computer games produced by the Minnesota Educational Computing Consortium (MECC) for several operating systems. They were popular among American…

Brix

Brix is a puzzle game that can keep you playing for hours. The goal sounds simple: unite the colorful pairs of blocks. Once you see…

The Incredible Machine

The Incredible Machine, the first game in the series, was originally going to be developed by Electronic Arts for the Commodore 64 in 1984, but…

Supaplex

Supaplex is a video game created by Philip Jespersen and Michael Stopp, two Swiss students, and published by Digital Integration in 1991. It is an…