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'Zero Time Dilemma' Argues for the Necessity of Trauma

The structure of Zero Time Dilemma suggests that learning how to solve problems can only occur after having lived through suffering.

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WiiWare: Tetris Party

A look at the latest iteration of Tetris via Nintendo's WiiWare.

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Art Style: Orbient

How does one evaluate the challenge of a game that features an entirely unique play style?

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Roogoo

Roogoo simplifies several puzzle game concepts while adding a variety of challenges to sustain the interest of its players.

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Myst

Myst, after all these years, still has something to say to us.

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Audiosurf

The real joy of Audiosurf is picking a song, any song, and seeing it literally appear before you as you travel and listen along.

L.B. Jeffries
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Professor Layton and the Curious Village

Professor Layton and the Curious Village succeeds because of the way it marries puzzles and adventure gaming while packaging the combination in a unique and aesthetically pleasing way.

Arun Subramanian
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Puzzle Quest

You can spend 20 minutes every few days playing Puzzle Quest, or you can pour hundreds of hours into making your character a powerhouse.

Jason Cook
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Super Rub-a-Dub

Super Rub-a-Dub may be a cute name, but the game is deceptively violent.

Darwin Hang

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