>    >  

Download : 
Release :  Jul/04/2010
Age Ratings : 
G-rated
Categories : 
File Format : 
OS Platforms : 
[PC]
WindowsXP
Option : 
Genre : 
-

Contents

P U Z Z S I N K E R .

is a shooting puzzle based on a combination of Radio Z*nde and H*llSinker.

Play with 8 undead spirits in 4 different modes: Sequence, Versus, Solely and Clipboard Ghost.

Main site: http://www2.spacelan.ne.jp/~neko/game/puzzsinker/

Operational Requirements

Work Number
RE063239
File / Size
RJ063239.zip / 11.3MB (11844714Byte)
DirectX
9.0c
Necessary Tools
To view this work, you may need to install the Japanese language pack on your PC. For more details, please refer to [ How can I install the Japanese language pack? ] on the Frequently Asked Questions page.

People who bought this item also bought

Viewers of this item also viewed

Please share your thoughts about "PuzzSinker."!
For more details, please refer to [ About User Review ].

1 user reviews

Pretty good versus puzzle game with fairly confusing rules

Jun/18/2012  By AlsagozTop 50 Reviewer

0 user(s) found this review helpful.

Keywords the reviewer selected :

It's quite rare to see versus puzzle games apart from the infamous Puyo Puyo, Puzzle Fighter, and Panel de Pon. Puzzsinker is another "Doujin" game released by Cat's Whisper that have fairly unique mechanics. Color blocks are not falling down like a usual puzzle game, you can swap (x button) and drop (z button) blocks at anytime but the blocks are not normally clear by just matching color. You can connect blocks of the same color and setup combo as big as you want that you can activate the block clearance by drop the blocks with c button, preferably to its matching colors. Only time pressure comes from an attack that drop timed blocks similar to Puzzle Fighter. There are many characters which could be familiar for those who play the original game and every of them have different characteristic ranging from the block appearances to special mechanics. However, like the original, Puzzsinker uses cryptic messages to describe the messages in game which could pull up the learning curve considerably and the fact that manual is in Japanese doesn't help understand the game much apart from guessing the pictures in the manual. It's still a pretty good game with hidden potential for those to whom the rules are understandable.

Was this review helpful to you?   [ Report Abuse ]