Puzzle games take different shapes and sizes and even graphic and gameplay solutions. This means that you can find a lot of completely different games in this genre which makes it one of the most interesting genres to play.
But when there are so many games that you can play, things can get overwhelming and playing over 30 games at a single time is really difficult. You lose track of the first game while you get to the fourth on the list.
Here are some of the best puzzle games you can play in your free time.
Portal is a game that upon its arrival moved more heads than it was expected by the developer. Valve bundled this game in its famous Orange Box which contained Half-Life 2 and Team Fortress 2. Those games really shook the environment at the time but it was Portal which remained memorable and is often replayed by people.
You shoot one portal on the ground or wall and another anywhere else where you want to appear or something else to appear and you use those skills to solve a variety of puzzles. The game is not very long but is certainly memorable, so much that it warranted a sequel.
Portal 2 is also a very fun game with even more characters and puzzles and is arguably longer, a lot longer. If you want to get into the world Portal, however, it is recommended to start with the first game.
This is an old game and is ready for an HD reboot yet we do not still have one. Released back in 1991 it was one of the most coveted and widely ported games of its time. It was a bestseller in all regards
You watch as a bunch of Lemmings wander around a landscape without any guidance only to be stopped by death or an obstacle. Some Lemmings must survive the endeavor and reach the exit, measured in percentage. You can have a Lemming dig or perform other actions, depending on the level difficulty and the actions assigned to you. You need to be very clever to solve some puzzles and get a certain number of Lemmings through. In some cases, some must be sacrificed in order for the rest to arrive safely.
This funny and upbeat game was developed by DMA Design, a company nowadays known as Rockstar North, the developer of the Grand Theft Auto series and many more violent and fun games.
There are but two of the many games you could play, from the Bejeweled and Bookworm Adventures series to The Talos Principle. Take your pick and enjoy your puzzles, both old and new.