Triazzle Holiday edition coming soon – let it snow

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Triazzle dazzled TMA back in July, and is preparing to again, but this time just for the holidays. Developer Dreamship will release, “Triazzle Holiday” on 1 November for a limited-time sale. This version will burst with the trim from the winter holidays. And in keeping with the sprit, it will remain 99 cents and should be “an irresistible stocking stuffer”. Not sure how to pack the game without an iDevice though … oh I get it – yeah, that is a nice gift!

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Triazzle Promo Code giveaway!

triazzle-6Without a doubt, we’ve all seen our share of puzzle games hit the App Store week after week. Some are easily forgettable, while others, like Dan Gilbert’s Triazzle, deserve a front page (app) spot on all iDevices. Anyone looking for a challenging and addictive puzzler should look no further than this classic game that has sold over 5 million copies since it was first released in 1991. From Jim’s review of the game:

Triazzle…is a complex and engaging puzzle game, like the hand-held puzzles (such as Rubik’s Cube) of yore, mixed with a logic puzzle that can give the right kind of gamer a sense of satisfaction at having the skill to succeed. I can definitely recommend it to gamers who like a little more strategy in their puzzle games. I’m giving Triazzle a Kiss It rating, and if you’re into this type of game that will challenge you, I think you’ll really enjoy it.

To enter for a chance to win 1 of 2 copies, simply check out our review and submit a comment within this contest post. Winners will be selected randomly and they’ll be announced on July 31 @ 2 pm EST. Good Luck !

Triazzle in Review – If Rubik made a videogame

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In somewhat opposition to my recent review of Puzzlings, Triazzle is a not a game with lots of bells and whistles. This is not a game with incentives to keep playing or items to earn, or even a score or best time to beat. But, what it is, is a complex and engaging puzzle game, like the hand-held puzzles (such as Rubik’s Cube) of yore, mixed with a logic puzzle that can give the right kind of gamer a sense of satisfaction at having the skill to succeed.

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