Top Puzzle Games of 2009
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top puzzle games of 2009, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
Simplicity works heavily in favour of Blocked and it’s crucial to the success of pick-up-and-play games of this nature.
Puzzle games with such a fresh approach as is seen in Crayon Physics are rare, especially on a platform as young as the iPhone.
The more you play Gemmed the more you get sucked in - what starts as a random chaining of gems ends up in considerate movements and strategic thinking.
Anyone in the least bit interested in the yarn Soma's spinning would be foolish to miss out on this fine prelude to the series.
Line Rider: Freestyle feels a little light as a retail release, even though it’s £20, but there's a decent challenge here and plenty to do once you've worked through the main game mode.
For all its problems, Scribblenauts is still an incredibly fresh experience - a genuinely unique slice of creativity that shows, once again, what a brilliant little machine the DS really is.
You, Me and the Cubes is well worth a download if you're after a well-executed, cleverly designed puzzle game.
If it weren't for the troublesome controls we'd be recommending this without hesitation, especially at its low price point; as it stands it's still worth a look.
Spooky Spirits is an enjoyable game that is worth a look in, just do not expect unbridled genius.
If you don't have the game on DS, the core gameplay sounds like your cup of tea, and you like good music, you won't be disappointed.