bfgRhone
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Reviews for Adore Puzzle

[Post New]by bfgRhone on Mar 20, 12 1:48 AM
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bfgRhone
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Re:Reviews for Adore Puzzle

[Post New]by bfgRhone on Mar 20, 12 1:48 AM
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QEIII
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Re:Reviews for Adore Puzzle

[Post New]by QEIII on Mar 20, 12 9:04 AM
This is a puzzle game. You can choose jigsaw or slider. In jigsaw mode you have to swap the pieces to make the picture. In slider mode the pieces are numbered so you know where to place them. The number of pieces increases the further you go. I was up to 36 pieces by the end of the demo but don't know how many it goes up to. The music was ok and the pictures were of places and scenery round Europe and were very nice. There was no time limit but your time was kept, presumably to see if you could better it next time you played.

I enjoyed it playing it and be a good game for a relaxing with at a DD price.

 
Cromaxgal
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Re:Reviews for Adore Puzzle

[Post New]by Cromaxgal on Mar 20, 12 3:01 PM
I like puzzles and this was very relaxing. Don't know if I'll buy or not though.

 
lilTweet7
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Re:Reviews for Adore Puzzle

[Post New]by lilTweet7 on Mar 21, 12 10:42 AM
Well I am not a fan of slide puzzles, but to be fair, and hoping this game might change my mind, I played the demo.

Pictures are beautiful and the music relaxing, but one really has to love slide puzzles, which I don't, and this game did not change my mind. There are two ways to solve the picture puzzles... not strictly slide, but basically, it is too much of the same. The jigsaw mode is not really a 'true' jigsaw, but rather just picking up and placing square blocks of the picture to see where they fit (not much of a challenge there). I love jigsaw puzzles... the 'true' ones (with different shaped puzzle pieces), and this is not it.

Sorry, no buy for me on this one. Nothing wrong with the game... just not my cup of tea.

Edited on 03/21/2012 at 10:48:41 AM PST


 
lilTweet7
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Re:Reviews for Adore Puzzle

[Post New]by lilTweet7 on Mar 21, 12 10:46 AM
Well I am not a fan of slide puzzles, but to be fair, and hoping this game might change my mind, I played the demo.

Pictures are beautiful and the music relaxing, but one really has to love slide puzzles, which I don't, and this game did not change my mind. There are two ways to solve the picture puzzles... not strictly slide, but basically, it is too much of the same. The jigsaw mode is not really a 'true' jigsaw, but rather just picking up and placing square blocks of the picture to see where they fit (not much of a challenge there). I love jigsaw puzzles... the 'true' ones (with different shaped puzzle pieces), and this is not it.

Sorry, no buy for me on this one. Nothing wrong with the game... just not my cup of tea.

Edited on 03/21/2012 at 10:49:24 AM PST


 
lilTweet7
Herring
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Re:Reviews for Adore Puzzle

[Post New]by lilTweet7 on Mar 21, 12 10:47 AM
Well I am not a fan of slide puzzles, but to be fair, and hoping this game might change my mind, I played the demo.

Pictures are beautiful and the music relaxing, but one really has to love slide puzzles, which I don't, and this game did not change my mind. There are two ways to solve the picture puzzles... not strictly slide, but basically, it is too much of the same. The jigsaw mode is not really a 'true' jigsaw (according to different shape pieces), but rather just picking up and placing square blocks of the picture to see where they fit (not much of a challenge there). I love jigsaw puzzles... the 'true' ones, and this is not it.

Sorry, no buy for me on this one. Nothing wrong with the game... just not my cup of tea.

 

Re:Reviews for Adore Puzzle

[Post New]by littlegamefisher on Mar 22, 12 1:06 PM
This is a game for the few of us who like swapping tiles around to create pictures. If you like Patricia's Quest for Sun or Jig Swap Puzzle (which is more bizarre but I like it), you'll probably enjoy this one. I've only gone through the demo but the pictures of world landmarks and vacation spots are nice and the number of tiles increases as you progress. I don't know how many tiles they can increase to (if it goes into the hundreds, it could be tedious) or how many pictures are in the game (probably if you count all the countries, you have an idea) but overall I found it fun and sometimes challenging.

It would be nice if you could revisit a finished picture and self-select the number of tiles to play and to be able to import your own music (as you can with Patricia's Quest) as the limited new-agey soundtracks here get monotonous but you can always turn down the sound and crank up your own music player.

For me, this is a definite DD or coupon-worthy game for us mellow swappers.

 
KatzHome
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Re:Reviews for Adore Puzzle

[Post New]by KatzHome on Dec 28, 12 5:06 PM
THIS IS THE ***WORST GAME I HAVE EVER PLAYED***

I didn't play the slider puzzles ~ I played the other ~ nice and relaxing, pretty pictures, but after Greece that all changed to junky, ***ZERO*** logic pictures that had to be placed piece by tedious piece into each and every moveable spot until you just happened to pick the correct box.

GARBAGE GAME ~ I'm seriously considering getting my money back after the weekend.

 
 
 
 
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