Puzzle Presents is a FREE to play 3D puzzle game available now from the App Store. It’s a fiendishly addictive and tactile 3D puzzle game that really does deliver that ‘just one more go factor’.
Puzzle Presents has a unique swipe and roll game mechanic that gives the game an extremely tactile quality helping to give it that “one more go” factor no matter how tricky the puzzles get – and they get very tricky.
The puzzles involve rolling puzzle blocks with Christmas present icons on each side.
Swipe in the direction that you want the block to roll and it will keep moving until its path is blocked.
The aim of Puzzle Presents is to get the icon that is face up on each block to match the present icon or icons on Santa’s list.
You also have a limited number or rolls/moves in order to complete the puzzle in. Run out of moves and you will lose a life.
The puzzles start off fairly easy but as the number of blocks increase and moves decrease you soon have to think carefully which cube to roll next.
The in-game cracker jokes will make you groan and smirk, like all good cracker jokes should. They aren’t too intrusive and you can choose whether to pull them or not, but they do add that extra level of festiveness to the game. You can also share/torture your friends with the joke on facebook and twitter.
We are a small team of 2 UK based independent game developers and use Unity 3D to develop our game. Puzzle Presents is only our second App Store game but we are already busy on our 3rd Puzzle Vaults. Follow @moonsurfstudios for latest news and updates.
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- Indie Developer: Moonsurf Studios
- Game: Puzzle Presents
- Genre: Casual, Puzzle
- System: iOS
- Website: moonsurfstudios.co.uk
- iOS Download: Click here
- Twitter: @moonsurf
- Facebook: moonsurfstudios
- Google+: +DavidBurrowsMoonsurf
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