Puzzledom Game Review




            This is a collection of the best and most addictive logic puzzles with minimalism graphics and unique level design. The creators of Puzzledom resembled the best puzzles like Connect, Blocks, Rolling Ball and Escape which are easy to learn and fun to master into ONE single game collection. If you are a puzzle lover, you don’t have to spend much time on searching new brain teasers any more. This game will give you a one-stop game experience from now on. The game is good for teaching spatial relationships and strategy as well as patience. With over 2000 manually designed free levels and an easiness in playing, you just won’t stop playing this game. The minimalism graphics are simple, beautiful and suitable for all ages. You can also play it online with your friends and that’s really promoting. In Puzzledom the player has no time limit and you can play it anytime even without WiFi connection. Puzzledom collection carries:

Connect/  a simple game involving connecting dots with same color. When you draw the lines you have to make sure that the lines don’t cross over each other. All the space should be filled.

Blocks/ a classic puzzle where you need to fill the entire board with different shapes of blocks. You just have to drag the right block, move it onto the board and match the right place. It’s a perfect logic game for brain training.

Rolling ball/  a path guiding game that you need to slide the blocks to create a channel which makes the white ball move from the start point to the end point.

Escape/ a well known game called Chinese Sliding-Block. The goal is to move the red block to the exit. This game tests your observation skills.

           The point is to just eventually finish the puzzle. If you’re stuck, just start connecting lines. Feel free to experiment. There’s no penalty for trying and failing, nor is there a time limit or a limit on rewards based on how much you play around. In the early games, you’ll often accidentally get it right. Later, patterns will appear as you connect and you’ll start to see which lines need to be in which spots for others to pass through. Don’t forget you have to fill in the entire board. If you have too much space and not enough colors, try some zig zags between squares with one color to fill extra space. There’s no penalty for messing up or time limits, so move things around until you start to see patterns. Start with corners first, then fill from there, in awareness that pieces that look like corners aren’t always corners. You may discover that there’s no right answer with a certain piece in a corner, and will have to move it elsewhere. If you’re stumped, take a look at which pieces have edges that obvious match with one another, and begin with those. You may need to do some guesswork since if the pieces overlap, you can’t just lay them out and shuffle them, but finding a starting point to build from is key.
All pieces will be used, so if you think you have an easy route to the end, you’ll have to think again. As you progress, you’ll discover that colors can cross and mix with one another via certain types of pipes. Unless the end goal is a mixed color, you’ll have to keep them separate. If it is a mix, you’ll be forced to combine them to finish the puzzle. Use the square limits of the board to get an idea of what pieces even can fit where. A four-long piece can’t fit in a three-long area, so you know there are a limited number of spaces it can go. Fit those pieces in first, then fill in around them. 
If you get to the last piece and find everything has fit but there’s no room for the final one, don’t scrap the whole board. Often, by simply adjusting one or two pieces one at a time, you can figure out how they all work together. Sometimes you might have to work backwards. Determine which blocks need to move where in order for your pink block to escape, then determine how you can get them to move. Don’t allow yourself to be distracted by how many blocks are on the board. Some may not even need to be moved. Pieces don’t slide all the way, like on ice. You can adjust them anywhere within the free space they can move through, so don’t feel locked in to pushing them all the way in one direction or another. The remainder of the games unlock gradually as you finish levels of the above games, so play a lot of the games above to unlock the rest! Rolling Ball is the first game you’ll unlock, and you’ll get it easily as you try out the other games.

         Unlike some of the other games, you don’t need to use all the pieces in order to finish the puzzle, so try to find the most efficient path regardless of whether or not some spaces are left out. Move useless, empty blocks out of the way early on to ensure you have the space to shuffle the blocks you can actually use. Wait a few seconds after each game before hitting “Next,” as ads will often pop up just after this screen and you’ll end up accidentally tapping on them and opening the App Store or Google Play without meaning to. You’ll also have to close out of some ads twice (once on the left, once on the right) to move on when they do pop up.

        At the bottom line, this app is just great. With a huge variety of games implemented in one single, free, and fast app. We would recommend this game to people who really love puzzles and not only. If you are really into puzzles than go for it! It is a fun way to pass time. You may like it or may not, but it is worth a shot!

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