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Bordersdown (Mar, 2005)
Games don’t come much more pick-up-and-playable than this. The simple controls, functional graphics, mad but short cutscenes and brain-stretching gameplay all combine to make an essential GBA puzzle game. Additionally the gameplay breaks through traditional age and sex boundaries, with almost everyone taking an interest. The well varied difficulty level also helps retain the interest of all types of players. Stuck on a level? Just try the next one - no need to be demoralised. Sailing through some levels with relative ease feels great but just when a system is dreamt up for solving the puzzles, another level comes along and trashes whatever method was being used. Sometimes experimentation and lateral thinking must go hand in hand to avoid choosing that wig colour to replace the torn out hair. Yes, Guru Logic Champ is occasionally infuriating, but it’s always addictive enough to keep you coming back for more.
Retro Spirit Games (Sep 28, 2013)
Overall, Guru Logic Champ is an extremely quirky, fun and challenging puzzle game that will keep you smiling while also scratching your head and I would recommend it to anyone with a penchant for either puzzle games or slightly out-there Japanese games.