Was retro better in the past? While many editors continue to surf the 8- and 16-bit aesthetics to entice gamers with a few years on the clock, others are driving the point home by going back a little further in time. If you regret the days of Game & Watch, come here with the Piczle Puzzle & Watch Collection.
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Behind this score studio, signed in the form of a wink, hides a compilation of three fake retro trackswho therefore opt for a visual approach, similar to the small pocket consoles introduced in the early 1980s through the late 1980s Gunpei Yokoi.
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This title, described as “love letter with LCD screens”, will therefore be composed as follows:
- Pizzle cross : A game that offers no less than 200 nanograms (but yes, the intestable Picross) to be solved without going beyond the three negligent mistakes
- Pizza pattern : Another grid game in which you have to fill the latter by taking advantage of imposed shapes
- Pizzle loops : A puzzle in which you have to divide the screen in two by a line, following the instructions on the screen
In addition to a lifespan that we imagine to be at least pleasant, the collection will enable most materialists to virtually admire their three LCD consoles from all angles and even manipulate them with their fingers full of Nutella. Be careful not to put it everywhere. got glue, this thing-l.
If the desire to rediscover the sensations of a long time ago appeals to you, you know it Pizzle puzzle and clock collection, billed 7.99 dollars, the switch for the 29th of July.