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All-in-1 Logic GameBox Review

By Andrew Nesvadba, on October 4, 2010


All-in-1 Logic GameBox
  • Publisher: AppZap
  • Genre: Board
  • Released: 4 Aug, 2010
  • Size: 21.3 MB
  • Price: $3.99
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Rating

PROS

  • More puzzles than you can shake a stick or a Mensa member at.
  • Several unique, interesting puzzle variants.
  • Standby classics to work your way through too.

CONS

  • Hard for all but the most dedicated of players to complete.
  • Twitter/FB options hidden away.

VERDICT

All-in-1 Logic GameBox is all about good value for money and while some of the puzzles may be overused, the game remains polished and has a few unique surprises for puzzle enthusiasts to enjoy.


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Balk if you must at the title, but All-in-1 Logic GameBox by AppZap is exactly what it says on the box - a collection of logic-style puzzles. A LOT of puzzles.

And for some this may just be enough to make this cheap App a worthwhile investment, but for those after more than just an electronic puzzle-book there are really only two or three apps of of the currently seven available that go beyond the hum-drum basics. 'Liquid Measure' requires players to fill various sized containers by cleverly positioning them along with pipes to measure out the liquid correctly; 'Telescope' requires you to push a ball in to a hole using telescoping pipes to push and pull it around the screen; and 'Paratroopers' requires quick fingers to tap and rescue people before they hit the ground. The remaining logic puzzles are fairly common in one form or another, but still provide a strong challenge for puzzle veterans.

The graphics are clean and use a drawn doodle/stick-art style that looks polished. Awards are given for your progress, though this is not tied to a social network to show off what you've completed.

There's a calm joy in slowly progressing through the game's different set of puzzles and the variety helps to keep things fresh by allowing you to jump between puzzle types when things get boring or overwhelming. As value goes, it's certainly hard for fans of puzzle titles to miss a game like All-in-1 Logic GameBox and even if you only enjoy the occasional puzzle, the variety ensures you won't need another App like this for a long time.

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