List/Grid Tag Archives: deductive reasoning

Review Excerpt: The first of a planned series of animated adventure appisodes, this app is free with adds, plus the option to pay $1.99 to have the ads removed. It features two twins, ...
Review Excerpt: We’ve reviewed lots of Rube Goldberg-style games over the years, the most noteworthy being “The Incredible Machine” (1995, Sierra Online). This app, ...
Review Excerpt: This is a five chapter science-fiction adventure that starts with a view of a modern-day living room out in present time in your living room, when you intercept a cryptic ...
Review Excerpt: This is like a mashup of a grid game like battleship with a crossword puzzle; and you are rewarded with a jigsaw puzzle. You must use your “spell-power” ...
Review excerpt: This invention construction kit contains 50 puzzles sorted into five challenge categories. In addition, an open-ended “build” mode lets you freely experiment ...
Review excerpt: Nearly identical in spirit to The Incredible Machine (1995, Sierra Online), this is a virtual invention lab with 100 levels, and 100 gadgets. The title is part of the ...
Review excerpt: In this seek and solve game you must unravel the mystery behind the Malgrave Island by using the Wii Remote to search for clues, solve puzzles and find concealed items ...
Review excerpt: Like the Incredible Machine, this physics puzzler let’s you try to unite two cats — Milk and Coffee, by dropping different widgets and gizmos such as balloons, ...
Review excerpt: Designed to introduce deductive reasoning using animal attributes, this App give clues such as “lives near water” or “has smooth skin” to help ...
Review excerpt: This is a collection of 17 puzzles of six varieties. The most noteworthy and familiar are the I SPY-like, hidden object games, which have you searching the screen until ...
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