I’ve always found something quite odd about arcade puzzle games. While I’m a fan of puzzle games in general, the genre just feels somewhat quaint alongside fighters, beat ‘em ups and shooters in the arcade environment. They’re not cool, badass or exhilarating and, at the time, were very much possible on the home systems of the time. Nevertheless, Japan seems to love the idea nearly as they do fighters. There are a few good examples of famous arcade puzzle games such as Tetris and Puzzle Bobble. The Neo Geo was blessed with another similar game in Magical Drop II, a sequel to a non-Neo Geo arcade game from Data East.
Now, I’ve already played and reviewed Vaccine before when it was newly released on the Wii U, but now here it is on the Nintendo Switch. Interestingly, it was also the final Wii U eShop game I reviewed before moving on to the Switch. Personally, I advise you go and check that review out as it’s very much the same.
Bulb Boy is disgusting. It’s also vile, shocking and unnecessary. But it’s also a damn fine game. Previously released on Steam a few years ago, this old school adventure game from Bulbware is now out on the Nintendo Switch.
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I and Me is a simple puzzle platform game from publisher Ratalaika Games and Chinese developer Wish Fang. It was previously released on Steam but is now here on the Nintendo Switch. When I say it’s a simple game, I mean it.