World Riddles: Animals
One of My Favorites
The World Riddles & the World Mosaics games are my very favorites. They start very easy (so you will get the hang of what you are supposed to do) & then go on to be challenging & are good brain & memory exercise. There is alot of replay value because you would not likely remember what you did the first time & there are alot of puzzles in each game & then extra sets of puzzles. You really get your money's worth & I hope that BigFish will get World Mosaics 2.
There is no "save" but each puzzle is between about 3 to 10
minutes unless you have to "play just one more!"Show Less
November 19, 2011
I love the world riddle series, very addictive, had hours of fun playing
January 31, 2012
Great brain game!
I really like World Riddles & the World Mosaics. Catching the fish took a little getting used to. A lot of fun and re-play value.
December 22, 2011
Cazy about it
i like it very much and i am 46 years old
January 23, 2012
I'm Addicted To This Game!
I love playing the different World Riddles games! In these games you are given a grid and a series of numbers by which to determine which blocks should be "broken" in order to find the hidden picture.
For the "Animals" version, I agree with the other reviewer that the first level was extremely easy, and I was also concerned that maybe this game wouldn't be a challenge - but WOW was I wrong! As you progress the puzzles get harder and harder.
Overall I would definitely recommend this game - but beware, it is really addicting!
May 11, 2012
riddles secrets of the ages
Great game. So are the other two!!! I'm addicted but I have to keep playing the same one because you haven't come oout with anymore. Also Fairy Tales, Animals and I think onemore
March 16, 2012
I really like logical reasoning and number`s games, .. a game to think and have fun at the same time. As the others World Riddles, could be a little bit more challenging. Provides very good entertainment.
January 2, 2012
I like this game!
This game is way more additive than I care to admit! I found myself really sucked in even when I knew I needed to get back to work. I agree that it's a drag that you have to X out all the squares and I didn't care for the sound or the visuals much but I really enjoyed the challenge of the game.
December 12, 2011
Very similar to the World Mosaics games, but with puzzles between some of the levels. Such as, put together a puzzle, spot the differences, etc. I enjoy World Mosaics more because I do not like spot the differences games. However, excellent game and do recommend.
January 18, 2014
Fairly basic nonogram game
This is a game featuring nonogram puzzles. These are logic-based puzzles where you use the same type of thinking as you would for Sudoku or Minesweeper. If you like those, you'll probably like this game.
This seems to be an older game; the graphics are bland and it's lacking features of the newer nonogram games that show you how many tiles you've selected. It also doesn't consider the row/column complete until you clear out empty tiles; all of the newer games consider it complete as soon as you click on all of the "occupied" tiles.
The difficulty level of the puzzles generally increases as you progress through the game, but every now and then a few easy ones are thrown in. These, along with the spot the differences, jigsaw puzzle and animal trivia puzzles do a good job of providing a refreshing break from the nonograms.
The puzzles themselves were very enjoyable with a few especially tricky ones. I liked the difficulty level. Only complaint is that a couple of them came down to 50-50 guessing and couldn't be solved with pure logic.
For an added challenge beyond just solving the puzzles, you get medals depending on how many hints you use, mistakes you makes, and also the amount of time taken to finish the puzzle. Finish in expert time with no hints and no mistakes and you'll get a star for that level; get all stars for a continent and you get a gold piece. There is also a bonus round where you try to complete 4 puzzles as quickly as possible and beat the high score.
I'd suggest getting the newer games in the World Mosaics or World Riddles series first, then if you can't get enough, pick this one up.
August 31, 2012