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Puzzle Retreat Review

Review The Voxel Agents By Andrew Nesvadba, 1 year, 2 months ago
Puzzle Retreat Review

If you consider pure puzzle titles to be a boring chore, you can probably stop right here; that's not the most flattering of openings, but I know there's more than a few of you who balk at the idea of a game not having at least some sort of action element to it. For those of you who remain, Puzzle Retreat is a brilliant zen-like puzzler that takes the 'sliding block' concept quite literally. Your goal on each level is simply to fill the empty spaces with ice and other objects later on…

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Train Conductor 2: USA Review

Review The Voxel Agents By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
Train Conductor 2: USA Review

It's been almost six months, but The Voxel Agents have already released the sequel to their incredibly popular action-puzzle title Train Conductor and it's taken the locomotive madness from the Outback and straight to the heartland of the USA. A lot of streamlining of the gameplay has occurred since the last release, with only five locations to explore. To offset this downsizing each area now features an entirely unique gameplay style to explore, with the first two introducing players…

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Train Conductor Review

Review The Voxel Agents By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 3 months ago
Train Conductor Review

Before cars and planes, but after walking, trains were a widely accepted and common means of transport and delivery. But in order for the trains to run smoothly, you need one hell of a conductor to co-ordinate the tracks. Are you up to the challenge? Players are presented with a series of railway tracks and must divert numbered trains to their correct destination by dragging a path on the screen. Players will need to constantly juggle the increasing amount of trains to avoid collision…

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