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6 Comments for this entry

  • Andy Krouwel

    It doesn’t seem that puzzle games generally sell very well, sadly.

  • Matt

    The Brain Training and Big Brain Academy series’ are basically puzzle games and they appear to be selling very well, as far as I am aware.

  • Andy Krouwel

    OK, a very few puzzle games do well, but the bottom end of the sales charts have dozens of them.

  • Tedi Worrier

    I don’t need to turn on computers for puzzles …my entire life is just one on-going riddle ….I’ve given up sleep since you set Titan Quest loose on me.
    However, the ultimate logic puzzle on a computer is: writing a program and getting it to work..
    I saw the review of Warlock … for which, thanks to this blog-owner, I now have the T-shirt … and I found myself feeling quite keen to have a go at it. … The whole thing was written on an Alphacom 32 thermal printer role (4 inches wide) and the copies faded to blank paper years ago

  • Tedi Worrier

    grrr – I mean “roll” … why can’t I edit this thing?

  • John

    I recommend a form of editing called, “Read what you’ve written before you press send.”