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Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc

Once unmarketable in the West, visual novels have finally found their audience and this cult hit is one of the primary reasons why. Find out why it will be remembered for years to come…
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Puyo Puyo

Here it is, the very beginning of a decades-long puzzle dynasty…
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Batman

There are three choices when you get the Batman licence, right? Platformer, beat-’em-up or driving game. Wrong. Meet Sunsoft’s secret fourth option…
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Night Trap

Nick talks about how Digital Pictures’ controversial trap-’em-up was groundbreaking, if not always fun…
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Tinkle Pit

Yes, that’s the real name – but don’t pass this game up just because of that…
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Deflektor

Vortex Software’s tricky puzzler bends both laser beams and your mind…
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Double Switch

Take Night Trap’s gameplay, add Corey Haim and Debbie Harry, et voilà – Double Switch.
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Portal

We explain why you’ll still be playing Valve’s mind-bending puzzle game in years to come.
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Stix

Darran loves Qix, so he was always going to fall hard for the BBC Micro clone.
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Mr. Driller

Steven Jackson explains why Mr Driller is a fantastic Dreamcast puzzle game.
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Quedex

A selection of mini-games that stood out on the Commodore 64.
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Jammin

Get ready to get your groove on with a look back at Taskset’s musical puzzle game.
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Lemmings

Lemmings was a phenomenon in the early Nineties, with ports produced for more or less every active format at the time after its 1991 Amiga debut
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Dinomaster Party

This Party game gives you the choice of 8 different Dinos to compete against each other in minigames spanning 4 worlds…

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Mrs Mopp

As a kid in the 80s, despite my pocket money depending on it, I don't remember ever wanting to do the house work…

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Pacmania

By 1987 Namco were thinking of new ways to milk the Pac Man franchise…

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Alien

With the release of Prometheus at the cinema- one of my all time favourite sci-fi franchises- it encouraged me to dig out and dust off some of my old Alien games (Alien 3 on the Mastersystem is awesome- but that’s a review for another day) including this pretty much unheard of 1982 tie-in of Ridley Scott’s classic 1979 movie Alien

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Wario’s Woods

The final game ever released for the NES, Wario's Woods, would see you playing as Toad trying to create a variety of block patterns which in turn would lead you to the next level and a harder puzzle to work out…

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The Lost Vikings

One of the few puzzle games I enjoyed in my early gaming years, The Lost Vikings took all that was great about a SNES platforming game and spliced it with a puzzler.
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Bumpy

The Spectrum wasn’t exactly renowned for puzzle games…

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Popils

Not to go all hipster on you, but you've probably never heard of Popils…

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Circus Atari

Breakout has received many a clone and many an update which can range from the incredibly dull 'Thru the Wall' on the ZX Spectrum Horizons user tape…

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3D3D

It's like 3D Monster Maze, but in proper 3D! That's to say, it's a maze inside a cube and you have to find your way out…

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