Everyday Genius: SquareLogic
WindowsWhen the only downside a game can present is that it will almost definitely never be completed due to the vast amount of content (again, over 20,000 boards!), you know you have a real winner. Everyday Genius: Square Logic is a phenomenal game, turning the basic premise of Sudoku on its ear. It adds so many variables and dimensions to the point that it's not even fair to call it Sudoku anymore. Everyday Genius: Square Logic is a serious candidate for best casual game I've personally played all year. By all means, if you're not convinced, download the demo. Sixty minutes will never pass by so quickly.
WindowsPuzzle fanatics with a love of math and numbers will find virtual nirvana in Everyday Genius: SquareLogic. There’s enough variation (in the first 200 puzzles, at least) to keep the mind from seizing up, the graphics and sound are pleasing to the senses, and the price is certainly right ($14.99 on Steam and a free demo available) considering the literally thousands of puzzles available to solve. But you get to see all of the game’s tricks much too early, making the later stages much less engaging than they could’ve been. And for me, it also lacked the important “just one more round” addiction that other puzzle games offer; I found it much too easy to put down. I had fun with SquareLogic, but the fun was much too short-lived.