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Puzzle Scape

Puzzle Scape (PSP) game cover art
Platform: PSP
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Farmind Ltd.


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Puzzle Scape review

Reviewed June 26, 2007

Jason Venter says: "Itís neat that you can move pieces around at will, but the fact that vertical movement isnít possible really stinks. Sometimes, youíll see a killer move but you canít execute it because thereís nothing available on your row. Other times, everything is moving quickly as the stage is about to wind down, and the only block you can use to finish your combination is on the opposite side of the screen."
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