Although Tiny Skweeks doesn't have the blinding originality of its genre-cousins, Lemmings
, it's still a cheeky and refreshingly bizarre puzzle-‘em-up which holds your attention for a few screens until you get stuck. Then you write down the code and come back to the action when you feel like it. It's more of a charmer than a gripper and although you may find yourself sneaking the occasional crafty crack at the level that had you stumped, you're not about to lose any serious sleep over it. The game takes a suspicious amount of time to display any hard variety and there's the sense that, within the 101 levels, there are really only 30 or 40 different challenges glued together and shifted around to suit the needs of the maze. An engaging enough puzzler which justifies its existence, but not its price.