[Beyond PlayStation] Logic Puzzle Collection Review | PS4Blog.net
Logic Puzzle Collection from Diplodocus Games is a budget-priced game with hundreds of puzzles to solve. Learn more in our Logic Puzzle Collection review!
Logic Puzzle Collection from Diplodocus Games is a budget-priced release with hundreds of puzzles to solve, split into three different puzzle types: Sudoku, Permudoku, and Nonodoku. Sudoku is the classic puzzle experience in which you must fill up the playing field with the numbers 1 through 9 while making sure that each row, each column, and each 3×3 grid does not have any of said numbers repeating. Only a single occurrence of each number must be present in order to properly complete the puzzle.
Permudoku is a variation on Sudoku, which means that instead of the numbers 1 through 9, you’re going to have to focus on using colors so that no color repeats on any of the rows, columns, or 3×3 grids on the playing field. The second twist for this variation is that all of the fields have already been colored when you start the puzzle, so you’ll have to switch around the fields so that all of the nine colors are presented properly in each puzzle.
The last puzzle game included in Logic Puzzle Collection is Nonodoku, which will feel very familiar to all of you who are fellow fans of the many Picross/Nonograms games also available on the Nintendo Switch. You’ll be presented with a grid with many rows and columns that will feature numbers that will clue you in on the number of squares that must be filled in to complete the puzzle’s image. Each number on a row or column represents a continuous line of black squares, so if there are, say, two numbers on a row or column, that means that at least one blank square must be left between both sets of black squares.
If you’re a puzzle fan looking for a bunch of Sudoku and Nonograms puzzles to solve, with a dash of a color variation on the Sudoku formula, then Logic Puzzle Collection is a good option. Logic Puzzle Collection is out on Nintendo Switch with a very low $0.99 asking price, making it an easy one to recommend to puzzle fans looking for a quick fix.
This Logic Puzzle Collection review is based on a Nintendo Switch copy provided by Diplodocus Games.