[Beyond PlayStation] Get Quest 10 Review | PS4Blog.net
Get Quest 10 from Fantastico Studio is a colorful puzzle game about numbers. Learn more in our Get Quest 10 review!
Get Quest 10 from Fantastico Studio is a colorful puzzle game all about numbers. The premise is easy to understand: you must create the highest number possible by matching adjacent numbers of the same color. Simple, right? The difficulty grows at a steady pace as you play since new numbers will be thrown into the mix, which changes how you approach each particular puzzle. The game offers an Endless Mode, which is self-explanatory, as well as 80 levels to play in six different modes.
There’s one that asks that you reach a specific score within the time limit; another one that asks that you reach the target number – say, a five -; a tricky mode during which you must make it so that only one number remains, which forces you to clear all the other on the playing field; you’ll also have to reach a goal of matching X, Y, or Z of different numbers within the time limit; in one mode, you’ll have to reach the target number with a limited number of moves; and the last one asks that you make quick choices by collecting the required numbers as fast as possible since you have a very short timer for each move.
You can either play this one with the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con to move a cursor on the screen to select the numbers of the same color you want to match, or you can use the console’s screen when playing in Portable or Tabletop Mode, or if you’re playing Get Quest 10 on a Nintendo Switch Lite. The touchscreen will allow you to easily tap to select a group of the same numbers that will be merged and then tap again where the higher number will be created.
Get Quest 10 is a simple but very fun – and addictive – puzzle game that is easy to pick up but hard to master. Its’ 80 stages and Endless Mode will keep you busy for a while, making it a great option for puzzle fans looking for something new to play at home or on the go. The game can be enjoyed with the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con or by using the touchscreen when playing in Tabletop or Portable Mode, which is always good for puzzle games. Get Quest 10 is out on Nintendo Switch with a low $2.99 asking price.
This Get Quest 10 review is based on a Nintendo Switch copy provided by Fantastico Studio.