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Snowy: Puzzle Islands (J2ME)

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Snowy gets puzzled in this adventure as he tries to tackle one hundred different puzzles that will take from jungle treetops to warehouses robotic factories. Each world presents its own new challenges from collapsing walkways to running conveyor belts that will stand in your way to get to the exits. Sometimes the exits are blocked and the player must collect keys or even fruits to unlock these gateways. Teleports are placed in some levels that can also ease your travels.

The main mode of transportation, besides walking around, are the multi or uni-directional platforms. These platforms are the basic method of solving the puzzles that each level presents. Sometimes you will have to activate platforms that you are not even close to standing on in order to have them in a position that will help later on in reaching the exit as is typical of puzzle games. If you get stuck there is thankfully a solve option that will solve the puzzle for you but is done at a pace that can be interrupted by the player if he/she decides that they would like to continue solving the puzzle.

The levels are split between sixty regular and forty kids version which presents a much easier range of puzzles. There are also downloadable packs of puzzles from Alawar Games.

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Alternate Titles

  • "Snowy: Puzzle Island" -- German title

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Kabushi (125357) added Snowy: Puzzle Islands (J2ME) on Sep 16, 2009
Other platforms contributed by Depeche Mike (17194)