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3 Puzzle Games Your Smartphone Should Have

Puzzle games are some of my most favorite games to play on a mobile device. I’m a huge PC gamer and love all of the action and epic story’s those games provide me with, but it’s just not the same on a tablet or smartphone, which is why I love puzzle games on mobile devices. In my quest for finding some good puzzle games, I’ve found a few that are extremely addicting and well worth playing. Some of them aren’t free, mind you, but again, they are well worth playing. Check them out below.

 Zen Bound 2

Zen Bound 2 is a puzzle game that requires you to wrap rope around wooden sculptures. It sounds a bit odd at first, but it’s actually a really good game and has turned out to be one of my favorites. Lots of games out there claim to have the best graphics, which is a bit of a stretch since “best” is subjective. Zen Bound 2 claims to have some great graphics as well, which — in my experience — turns out to be true. Everything looks and feels very real and believable, which is a good thing. I love the emphasis on graphics with this specific game.

If you’ve got $2.99 to spend on a game, I’d suggest this hands down.

Puzzle Prism

Puzzle Prism is awesome. It’s definitely not unique, as the gameplay is exactly like Tetris. The awesome thing about Puzzle Prism is that this is actually Tetris in 3D. There’s been a lot of attempts at making Tetris 3D, but I think Puzzle Prism gets it just right. The game plays just like you would play Tetris, which makes it easy for newcomers to learn if they’ve played Tetris before. If you want to compete on global leaderboards, Puzzle Prism also has the capabilities of that as well. While its graphics aren’t exactly as awesome as Zen Bound 2’s, they definitely aren’t bad either. This specific game will set you back $0.99, a bit cheaper than Zen Bound 2.

Drop The Box

Drop the Box isn’t a very unique game like Zen Bound 2, but it certainly is fun, and actually addicting as well. Drop the Box is a game where you literally drop boxes in order to build structures so that you can deliver boxes. Its quite interesting, especially with its 4 different unique environments. This game does not have a shortage of content either, as Drop the Box contains a whopping 72 levels. You’ll certainly get a few hours out of this specific title. This game also costs $0.99. I think it would work a lot better as a free title than a paid-title, but I had a fun experience regardless of the price.

If you have the money, I would highly suggest checking out Zen Bound 2. It’s one of those games that you can’t just pass up. While Puzzle Prism and Drop The Box are fun games, Zen Bound 2 is very unique, and I think a lot of people would have a lot of fun with it.

Heck, even famous tech aficionado Chris Pirillo loves Zen Bound 2 game.