Train Valley lays the tracks for an enjoyable, if repetitive, railway management puzzle game that’s well suited to short bursts of play.
Browsing: Puzzle Game
The blend of shmup and escape room puzzles in Yurukill: The Calumniation Games is a wonderfully inventive mashup, if a little uneven.
There’s a fun little time-waster to be found in Mosaic Chronicles’ blend of comedic fantasy, mosaic art, and jigsaw puzzle.
Taito Milestones collects ten important pieces of Taito history, but a barebones package does nothing to contextualise their significance.
Stunning, carefully-selected artwork and pristine presentation make Hatsune Miku Jigsaw Puzzle one of the best jigsaw games on Switch.
Big Brain Academy: Brain vs Brain eschews regimented, structured brain training in favour of something more playful, with a party game twist.
How Buddy’s Parents Met is a collection of relaxing jigsaw puzzles that tell a cute, simple love story—nothing more, nothing less.
Don’t Forget Me takes a unique approach to cyberpunk and age-old questions of freedom and peace, though its abruptness holds it back a little.
With over 500 excellent puzzles, Logic Paint S is one of the best picross games you’ll find on Switch, whether or not you’re a Miku fan.
The clever puzzle design in Room to Grow will, at the same time, make you feel both incredibly stupid and like some sort of genius.