Animated Jigsaws: Beautiful Japanese Scenery
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Developer: BottleCube inc.
Content Rating: Everyone
Complete video jigsaw puzzles alone or team up with friends and finish them together! "Animated Jigsaws - Beautiful Japanese Scenery" contains moving images from spring, summer, autumn and winter capturing the natural beauty of Japan from all four seasons. Piece together scenes from some of Japanese most famous places including Mt. Fuji, Kyoto, Tokyo and the Snow Monkeys enjoying a bath in a natural hot spring! The hectic scramble crossing at the metropolitan Shibuya district in Tokyo is also included. An easy-to-use interface such as separating edge and inner pieces makes solving puzzles fun and relaxing.
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Every piece doesn’t quite slot into place correctly in Animated Jigsaws: Beautiful Japanese Scenery. The whole experience feels like such an amateurish effort, whether that be seen in the unimaginative presentation, the high price point for such limited content, or the three looping music tracks that you will soon mute before they’re allowed the time to descend into monotony. Stack that with the other problems from which the game suffers, and it’s hard to recommend even as a temporary distraction.
A scoreboard tracks times for sizes and number of players, adding a bit of replay. My fastest times were under five minutes while some more complicated puzzles took over an hour and a half. Animated Jigsaws: Beautiful Japanese Scenery is fine for jigsaw puzzle enthusiasts on the go, but its few puzzles and thoughtless controls detract more than this game has to offer.
The asking price of £8 for Animated Jigsaws: Beautiful Japanese Scenery is simply far too high for this. The fundamentals are heavily flawed; the puzzles are far too limited; the animated features are completely underwhelming; basically, there are far too few positive aspects here. The scenery is nice, at least, but not worth buying this game for. It feels like a free phone title.