[Nintendo Switch] Mosaic Chronicles Deluxe Review

by EdEN, Owner

Mosaic Chronicles Deluxe from RedDeerGames and Error300 is a colorful and chill puzzle experience. Check our Mosaic Chronicles Deluxe review!

Mosaic Chronicles Deluxe from RedDeerGames and Error300 is a colorful and chill puzzle experience. Your task is to rebuild the legendary magical tales of this land by way of the mosaics that you will complete. The gameplay is simple since you will drag and drop elements into the frame to complete each image so that you can unlock the next part of the overall story. There are two tales to take on: A Bit of Horoscoping and The Lucky Knot. Between the two, there are 50 pictures to arrange.

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You can play the game in one of four difficulty settings. Very Easy is the easy challenging of the bunch, with no rotated elements and the background showing the mosaic outline. For Easy, the hint button takes less time to activate, there are more starting elements and fewer rotated elements. If you play on Normal, you’ll take on a more balanced experience, with a standard number of starting elements, a standard number of rotated elements, and a moderate time for the hint button to activate. And then there’s Hard. If you choose that option, then the hint button will take more time to activate, you will have fewer starting elements, there will be more rotated elements, and the mosaic miniature at the start of each game will be hidden.

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The controls for this one are easy to pick up. You will select an element with the A button and drag it around with the left analog stick. Once an element is positioned correctly, it will automatically snap into the frame, so there’s no need to press the A button a second time. You can zoom in and out as needed by pressing left or right on the D-Pad. Once zoomed in, you can move the camera around with the right analog stick. If you’ve moved too many elements into the frame and left it at the wrong spot, you can press the ZL button to tidy up quickly.

The ZR button is an important one since it will activate a hint… that is, if the button is lit up after it’s charged. Some of the elements that you need to place within the frame will need to be rotated before they can snap into place. To do this, you can use the B button to rotate an element clockwise or the X button to rotate it counter-clockwise. Mosaic Chronicles Deluxe can also be played by using the console’s touchscreen when playing in Tabletop or Portable Mode or if you’re playing the game on a Nintendo Switch Lite.

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Mosaic Chronicles Deluxe is a colorful and chill experience in which you’ll rebuild legendary magical tales by way of the mosaics that need to be completed. As you drag and drop pieces – and rotate some of them – you’ll be taking on the tales A Bit of Horoscoping and The Lucky Knot, completing 50 puzzles in total. Mosaic Chronicles Deluxe is out on Nintendo Switch with a $12.99 asking price.

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This Mosaic Chronicles Deluxe review is based on a Nintendo Switch copy provided by RedDeerGames.

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