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Ready to slow things down a bit? Sure, sitting down with a good ol' crossword puzzle might not get the blood pounding, but there's something simple and serene about filling in the grids at a leisur...

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Sometimes the stylus is a beautiful thing. Such a tiny white stick has infinite potential for interaction, introducing new control schemes and input methods to a industry clinging dearly to its but...

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You've played this game before. Probably. See, here's the thing -- The Quest Trio isn't a singular title so much as it is a collection of games, as an in-depth analysis of the title would probably ...

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You have a pretty good deal here, considering that the entire package runs for only twenty dollars. Mah Jong Quest Expeditions and Jewel Quest Expeditions both debuted for around the same price bac...

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The first of the trio is Jewel Quest Solitaire, which takes Solitaire and Bejeweled and mashes them together into a strangely compelling mix. The premise is simpler than it sounds: you're given one de...

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My fingers hurt. If Space Invaders Extreme is anything, it's an absolute workout for the fingers, a test of endurance, passion, and an opportunity for developer Taito to take an old formula and cra...

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So what are you waiting for? Space Invaders Extreme is apparently out of stock on Amazon until January 2, 2009, but even the thought of dragging the piggy bank out and hitting up your local store s...

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This is the other occasion where you're allowed to roll your eyes and say "Well, duh." A Sonic the Hedgehog game being featured for its emphasis on speed? Yeah, it's not a revolutionary concept, bu...

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CALAMITY! The light is gone! In the dark? You aren't the only one. The cute little story sequence at the beginning of Prism: Light the Way speaks of Bulboids, Glowbos, and an even stranger assortme...

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Touchmaster? It's a great game, sure, what with the twenty-three different activities packed tightly into that tiny plastic cartridge. I can scarce imagine the marketing ploy that lead to naming it...

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A description of how a typical Picross puzzle plays out won't be the most exciting thing you'll read today, but bear with me for a moment as I run through the rules. You'll start with an empty grid of...

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Math is fun! Or something. Normal people likely don't put much stock in the words, but every now and then a complex equation or three can be a great way to get the mathy part of your brain up and g...

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And there's the simple fact that it's fun, too. I've never been huge on number puzzles, but the ones included in Picross DS deftly combine good challenge and good entertainment, making it a great tit...

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Zoo Keeper did two things I frankly never expected the moment I finally got my mitts on the cartridge. The first was a highly distressing personal evaluation delivered to me by a balding man with a...

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But what of sleep mode? Yeah, Zoo Keeper lacks it. I've read it comes from a bug in the programming which was fixed for European release, though that doesn't help the American audience much in the ...

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