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Go! Puzzle

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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Developer: Unknown

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Reader Reviews

Go! Puzzle review

Reviewed April 14, 2008

OrpheusUK says: "Go! Puzzle is not one game in fact but three; Aquatica, Swizzle Blocks and Skyscraper. Each of these games can be downloaded from the PSN store individually or, for a slight reduction in overall price, as a pack of three. I won’t, as I haven’t in previous reviews, include the prices here as these vary between regional stores and occasionally over time. All I can suggest is that, if you are interested, you go and take a look. Go on, it won’t take long. "
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