Hitman GO: Definitive Edition
Logic 17 April 2014
A spin-off entry in the popular Hitman franchise, launched in 2000 by Eidos. Hitman GO has been developed for mobile devices and unlike the full-scale games in the series, it combines elements of stealth, turn-based strategy and puzzles. There doesn't feature a storyline, and the gameplay focuses on missions that come down to eliminating certain people according to Agent 47's contract. We play in turns and have to reach a given point in the level unnoticed, and then discreetly eliminate our target while completing various side objectives on the way. The maps are small, and our actions have to be carefully planned to avoid drawing attention. Game is characterized by its unusual visuals; the in-game locations are presented in the form of paper models, with all characters being represented by pawns that resemble board games figurines.
Logic 17 June 2014
Yu-Gi-Oh! Power of Chaos: Joey the Passion
Logic 30 June 2004
Hearthstone: The Witchwood
Logic 12 April 2018
Another expansion for Hearthstone, a card game set in the Warcraft universe, developed by Blizzard Entertainment. The expansion focuses on the land of Gilneas and adds 135 new cards and some previously unseen rules.
Logic 12 September 2012
The Room is a novel production combining elements of HOPA and logic game genre. The game is a remake of a critically-acclaimed mobile title, and was developed by an independent studio, Fireproof Games. The action of The Room takes place in the eponymous space, in which an extraordinarily complicated safe hides many secrets. The task is to get into the safe by solving a set of logic puzzles. The mechanics boil down to manipulating the elements of the lock, and fitting a key to slots that match it, as well as searching the room for hidden items. Some of the elements of the puzzles can’t be seen with bare eye – they can only be spotted when looking through a special lens. The authors managed to retain the dark atmosphere of the original; compared with the mobile version, the changes mainly concern the graphics.
Logic 14 December 2017
An unusual logic game developed by Buried Signal. The game was created by Jason Roberts, who was responsible both for the code and for the visuals of the title. The main protagonist of Gorogoa is a boy who collects mysterious items related to religion. The story of the game is filled with symbols and abstract references to faiths from all over the world. The key aspect of gameplay is solving riddles that take the form of movable puzzles that consist of up to four scenes. What makes things more complicated is the fact that the player isn’t matching parts of a single image, but motives hidden in each scene. If combined correctly, the pictures will be animated, creating a key scene and pushing the story forward. Gorogoa distinguishes itself with unique mechanics and unusual graphics that look like an animated, hand-colored drawing.
Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords
Logic 07 March 2007
The Lord of the Rings: Living Card Game
Logic 09 November 2006
The Turing Test
Logic 30 August 2016
A sci-fi FPP logic puzzle game by Bulkhead Interactive, a studio founded by the creators of Pneuma: Breath of Life. The story takes place an unspecified number of years in the future, when scientists discover a seemingly harmless alien life form on Jupiter's moons. You play as an astronaut named Ava Turing, whose task is to examine the new species, and who ends up finding more than she expected. The Turing Test is a part of the FPP logic puzzle genre, popularized by the Portal series. There's no combat in the game, and the gameplay is entirely focused on solving puzzles. To do this, you mostly use a special device that allows you to manipulate energy and transfer if from object to object. You also have to operate various mechanisms and intelligent machines, as well as complete occasional platform challenges.
Logic 13 March 2018
Q.U.B.E. 2 is a logic game in which players observe the action from the first-person perspective. The game resembling the Portal series was developed by the Welsh Toxic Games and is based on Unreal Engine 4 created by Epic.
Logic 08 August 2012
Logic Tuesday, 29 May 2018
A two-dimensional logic/platform game from the makers of Epistory. The game is based on a web browser application entitled Shift. During the course of the game, the players have to shift between two dimensions in order to solve a series of logic puzzles.
Monument Valley 2
Logic 30 May 2017
The second entry in the popular series of puzzle games developed by an independent studio ustwo. The title features a completely new plot, in which the player learns about the fate of a mother who travels with her child through a fantasy world. The gameplay mechanics are based on the ones employed in the first entry in the series – the player is tasked with guiding both characters from one place to another, frequently by manipulating the environment, playing with perspective or by creating optical illusions. It is worth mentioning that the presence of two characters makes solving riddles in Monument Valley 2 slightly different than previously. Despite that, the users that played the previous game should feel familiar in the new entry. The title features high-quality graphics inspired by the works of M.C. Escher.
Chessmaster: Grandmaster Edition
Logic 30 October 2007
We Were Here Too
Logic 02 February 2018
A logic puzzle game developed with a co-op mode in mind, and a sequel to the well-receives We Were Here. We Were Here Too by Total Mayhem Games features familiar mechanisms, giving the players the task of solving the mystery of a grim castle and reuniting the separated protagonists.
Logic 26 April 2018
A platform/logic game developed by Somnium Games. The player assumes control of a nameless ronin who embarks on a quest to find Aiko, his missing love interest. The title sports characteristic graphics that are reminiscent of ink-on-paper drawings.
Logic 12 July 2016
A dynamic multiplayer-oriented action game by The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild, and a combination of the mechanics of casual match-3 games with elements of such classic titles as Tetris or Asteroids. In Tumblestone, you shoot falling colorful blocks with a laser beam located at the bottom of the screen. Your goal is to clear all the blocks by matching three elements of the same color, which makes them disappear. The simple mechanics are varied by many mods, which can diametrically change the situation on the board, and even the whole gameplay. The game features several modes, from the 30-hours-long story campaign and three Arcade modes, to co-op or player-vs-player multiplayer mode for up to 4 players using a local network or Internet connection.
Logic 22 November 2005
Gems of War
Logic 29 October 2014
Strip Poker Exclusive
Logic 26 February 2004
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes
Logic 08 October 2015
An original co-op logic game developed by an independent studio Steel Crate Games. One player assumes the role of a person who needs to defuse a bomb, while other players have to tell him how to do it. The ticking clock and the fact that each bomb is generated randomly make the title even more difficult. The person tasked with defusing has to supply the other players with detailed information which will enable them to identify the type of the bomb they are currently dealing with. Due to the nature of Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, you will need only one copy of the game and the bomb defusal manual, which can be found at http://www.bombmanual.com/, to play with friends. The title features simple and transparent graphics as well as optional support of VR devices, which are, however, not required to play the game.
Logic 31 January 2013
Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist
Logic 30 July 2015
Another entry in the popular virtual card game series, based on a collective card game on the license of Kazuki Takahashi‘s manga from 1996. It has been developed by Other Ocean studio, which worked on titles like Mortal Combat Arcade Kollektion, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night and Spider-Man: Edge of Time. We are taken to a special program known as Duelist Simulator, in which the best players face each other, recreating events of five Yu-Gi-Oh! series. New campaign lets us meet the main protagonists of the past, with us using well-known decks. However there are also completely new heroes, including those from Arc-V TV series, resulting in 90 characters in game and over 6600 cards. Game offers both single and multiplayer options.