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Continuing with our round up of iPhone/iPod touch apps, here are 9 puzzle games (in no particular order) worth checking out. Each item on the list links to a full review with feature and pricing information. Quordy Find the most words, get the high score. Smiles […]

Continuing with our round up of iPhone/iPod touch apps, here are 9 puzzle games (in no particular order) worth checking out. Each item on the list links to a full review with feature and pricing information.

Quordy
Find the most words, get the high score.

Smiles
Two games in one. Play the Drop mode for Bejeweled-like game play or the Zen mode for a Solitaire-esque game.

Spin
Rotate the object to match the silhouette.

Puzzloop Endless
Fend off a non-stop barrage of colored balls.

MetaSquares
Compete against the computer or another player in capturing the most squares.

Dizzy Bee
Use your touch device’s accelerometer to control Dizzy Bee and save its fruit friends.

Lumen
Use mirrors and colored filters to guide a laser beam through check points.

Imangi
It’s Scrabble meets the Rubick’s cube.

Amazing Sudoku
A flashy, stylized version of the cult game.

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  1. Another great one, and the one I can’t stop playing right now, is The Plateau!

  2. I also recommend these puzzle games for the iPhone:
    Trism (Abit slower paced, but very unique take on iPhone’s capabilities)
    Tatonic (The nearest to Lumines as we’ll ever get, but has its own flavour as the number of atoms required to join up before being removed increases over time. Absorbing stuff)
    Enigmo (One of the first games and its a very interesting concept.)
    Trace (Not strictly a puzzler, but interesting that you literally draw the solutions yourself!)

  3. You forgot FLIP, I am addicted to that game. There are three modes but the puzzle mode is my fav.

  4. Puzzle games are great for the iPhone because they are usually short and sweet, you cant get in depth like you can with a RPG because with an iPhone you usually just have a few minutes to play

  5. hey, is there a section just for latest news

  6. I also recommend 2 picross like games for the iPhone:
    PicGrid
    PixelCross

  7. Oh wait, you forgot all of the hexology games!
    Earth is worth the 2.99, I cant wait for their new one to come out….
    That one looks to be their best one.

    http://www.seashellgames.com

  8. I recommend you our puzzle game: Spin Quest. Spin Hexagon to match pattern. Have fun.

    Check this review from Appchatter.com: http://www.appchatter.com/2009/04/app-review-spin-quest-by-thomas-bonnin/

  9. I think that the best puzzle game for use your brain in the iphone is idonutconnect. simple and hard!

  10. happygolucky Monday, June 1, 2009

    The recent game that I’ve been playing is puzzle stax ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-1N1Y0N2Tk ). It really helps me pass the time on long subway rides

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