Top Puzzle Games of 2010
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top puzzle games of 2010, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
Rooms is certainly an interesting addition to the genre, and while the DS already plays host to a wide range fantastic puzzle titles, it offers something different enough to warrant a look.
At £7.99 on PSN Tumble doesn't exactly tear a hole in your wallet, but nor does it present an incentive to actually buy the game.
Unfortunately, A Shadow's Tale doesn't have the aesthetic credentials to back up its unique mechanics, which is ultimately the game's biggest shortcoming.
Intentional or not the game is still relatively zen: calming, unchallenging but not particularly self-reflective.
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.
This is a top-drawer iDevice game that feels perfectly at home on Apple's touch screen, tilt-enabled handhelds. At just £2.99 it's an absolute steal.
Limbo is a puzzle game that is littered with ideas and an artistic eye, but more importantly it understands the frustrations of repetition and makes failure enjoyable.
Helsing's Fire has inventive levels and immediate charm, making it an instant iPhone classic you'd be a fool not to pick up post haste.
Namco Bandai has once again intelligently built upon - and suitably drop-kicked into 2010 - one of the most famous arcade games of all time.