Day 253: Kaotik Puzzle

Posted: 2011/07/20 in Indie Games

I’m purchasing an Xbox Live Indie Game (XBLIG) every day, seeking out the quality titles that got lost in the shuffle and are not well represented in the top 50 lists on the Xbox Dashboard. Today is day #253, and today’s game is “Kaotik Puzzle”.

I wish I had more time for today’s review, because the game absolutely deserves it; as such I’ve added it to my list of games to re-review once I’m past the busy season at work. Kaotik Puzzle brings together four different types of play, three inspired by popular puzzle game genres, one that seems completely original, and not only lets you play whatever of the four catches your fancy, but it goes further: Kaotik Puzzle lets you go head to head in local and Xbox Live multiplayer with each of you playing different puzzle games, to see how your skill in your preferred puzzle game matches up against your opponent’s skill in their favourite mode. It’s intriquing, it works well, and it gives the game a lot of value for 240 Microsoft Points.

First, from the developer (Silvermax):

“Arrange the blocks to make them disappear, make chain reactions, attack to your opponent, play versus the CPU or versus human players, locally or in Xbox Live, customize the game the way you want… Kaotik puzzle is the puzzle of puzzles!”

Kaotik Puzzle’s modes appear to be inspired by games such as Bejeweled, Puzzle League, Bejeweled Twist, original elements, and even a bit of Yoshi’s Cookie thrown in for good measure unless I miss my guess. With that much variety, and the unique multi-game head-to-head mode, this game is well worth its 240 Microsoft Points.

Click here to download “Kaotik Puzzle”, and then please come back after playing to rate the game.



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