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Puzzles Under The Hill 


I liked Puzzles Under The Hill on the iPad and iPhone. I played it on my iPad. When my dad told me Puzzles Under The Hill was coming to Steam I asked if we could get it. Guess what? We were provided five download codes from our friends over at Ensenasoft. You might have seen where we gave away four of the codes on our Twitter feed. We saved one code for this review. This game is a small download at two hundred megs.

Pamela Possum is out for a stroll in Puzzles Under The Hill. She wants to go and see her friend Sammy Squirrel. Along the path there are jewels. Each jewel brings up a jigsaw puzzle. The images in Puzzles Under The Hill are from the National Gallery of Art. The music in Puzzles Under The Hill is really good. I like hearing it while filling the puzzles in Puzzles Under The Hill.

The jigsaw puzzles in Puzzles Under The Hill start really easy. Then we get more and more pieces. Puzzles Under The Hill is mindful of casual gamers though. The outline of each piece is shown on the puzzle grid. That meant I would match the right piece to the right place. There was no guess work in Puzzles Under The Hill. There is also none of that annoying rotation of pieces.

Puzzles Under The Hill looks better on the Personal Computer (PC). I can tell the graphics were improved. Puzzles Under The Hill tells the player how many moves it took them and how long it took to complete each puzzle. There are no achievements or Steam cards in Puzzles Under The Hill. I was hoping for a cool Steam card for both Pamela Possum and Sammy Squirrel.

Playing Puzzles Under The Hill on the PC relaxed me. I enjoy this kind of a video game. I also think it is awesome to see Ensenasoft porting their games to other systems. They make plenty of wonderful games families can enjoy. I enjoyed my time with Puzzles Under The Hill. I hope Ensenasoft continues to port their apps over to other systems. It was a pleasure for me to play and review Puzzles Under The Hill on the PC.
- Kid Gamer


Graphics: 90%
Sound: 90%
Replay/Extras: 85%
Gameplay: 90%
Family Friendly Factor: 95%

System: Personal Computer
Publisher: UIG Entertainment
Developer: Ensenasoft
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated

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