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iPhonePocket Gamer UK (Mar 10, 2009)
Like the best iPhone puzzlers, Primrose is playable by all from the off, but offers a challenge of some magnitude for those who yearn for high scores – something which this vibrant puzzler deserves itself
Nintendo DSiVandal Online (Oct 18, 2010)
Primrose es un puzle de lo más simple que se pueda conseguir por 200 puntos (2 euros), y sin duda alguna consigue su objetivo de ser una experiencia relajante al tiempo que nos obliga a darle a la cabeza. Una partidita puede acabar sumando minutos y minutos de juego, haciendo que el tiempo pase volando, lo que muestra que funciona perfectamente a la hora de alcanzar sus objetivos. Insistimos en que poder salvar la partida hubiese sido algo muy de agradecer, y, de hecho, es lo que lo aleja de ser una pequeña joya indiscutible.
Nintendo DSiNintendo Life (Jul 19, 2010)
Primrose is the kind of game that gives back what you put into it. You can mess around and have a fun enough time, and if you're willing to put the time in to penetrate its intricacies you'll find one of the most rewarding puzzle games currently available on DSiWare. A lack of save feature is unfortunate, but for a scant 200 Points it shouldn't be missed.
Nintendo DSiIGN (Jul 21, 2010)
Colorblind or color-deficient gamers should support this puzzler on principle alone, but Primrose is actually a pretty solid and satisfying little game beyond that topic too -- so give it a glance even if vision isn't an issue for you. And Jason, nice work. Thanks for looking out for us.
iPhoneEdge (Apr 22, 2009)
Play fast and loose, however, and Primrose will offer you a strange disco dancefloor riff on Go or Othello. Rohrer may have left the world of pure art games behind for the time being, away from one-shot attempts at exploring human themes, but his cerebral tendencies aren’t entirely absent and his first puzzle title is a claustrophobic and often organic game. The board slowly fills, your tiles shifting, spreading and swarming like bacteria until all the playable space is gone. Thoughtful and sly, Primrose revels in the surprising connections between the simplest spaces and, inevitably, offers a little geometric insight to even the least mathematically inclined of players.
Nintendo (Aug 20, 2010)
Not nearly as uninspiring or derivative as it first appears, but instead one of the most engrossing and thoughtful puzzlers of the year.
iPhoneTouchGen (Mar 06, 2009)
Primrose is a very strong puzzle game, but I’m afraid it’s not for everyone. If your not up for a challenge, the game will become boring quickly. For those with strong puzzle skills, Primrose can give you the challenge you are looking for.
Nintendo DSiWiiloveit (Sep 30, 2010)
Most will brush Primrose aside as being too simple for its own good. But if you have a willingness to explore all the game has to offer, you'll discover that the mechanics do have a measure of depth to them. You may not get your money's worth when compared with other 200-Point titles. But if you think you can get used to the lack of structure, give it a try next time you're looking for something cheap.
Nintendo (UK) (Aug 27, 2010)
If you like the sound of a desperate multi-storey car-park bun-fight in puzzle form with slightly less pointless anger, then go right ahead.