Top DS Puzzle Games of All Time
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top puzzle games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
Polarium is the perfect example of what the DS is about. It is a game that simply wouldn't work on any system.
Don't let Zoo Keeper's simplicity fool you. This game, despite its basic presentation and easy-to-grasp concept, is a minor classic.
Metroid Prime Pinball is a thorough, well-considered, traditional pinball game. It is addictive, intense and packed with detail.
More Brain Training is almost exactly what I wanted from a follow-up to Brain Training and I'm pretty certain millions of other people will feel the same.
Soul Bubbles is a shining example of the kind of originality we haven't seen on the DS all that often in the last year.
If you liked Mysterious Village and need more, or if you just want something genuinely fresh and original for your DS, Pandora's Box is the answer you're looking for.
The presentation is as charming as ever, and bar a few niggles, Lost Future as a whole is extremely enjoyable.
An innovative step for the series and just one year since the last title it manages to offer a bit of polish to a game with a creation system that felt legitimately new and exciting.
Anybody who gives it their time will likely fall for its endearing aesthetic, intuitive UI and robust puzzles.
Meteos is a DS must-have and one of the great game experiences of recent times. Just don't expect to be able to look at Duplo bricks in the same way ever again.