Puzzle Retreat: App Review

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Puzzle Retreat: App Review

Do you like puzzles? Do like strategy games? Then I have an app for you. Puzzle Retreat. This app is well done in that it gives you prompts to guide you as you progress through the levels. Each level brings more difficulty. Thank goodness for an undo button!

Puzzle Retreat

Opening Screens

Opening Screens

 

Check out the text prompts above the puzzles.

Guidance

Clues

Check out the prompts when the game changes a bit. 

Difficulty and Change

I happen to enjoy strategy games like this one. What’s even better is that it is free! It is available for Android from the Play Store. It is also available for iPhone & iPad here.

I have already spent way too much time with this game. It’s addictive! Enjoy!

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  1. I am a huge fan of free. This may be one that my wife will like. (I need to get her an Ipad of her own.)

    • Geek Girl says:

      Yeah, if she likes this type of game you will be hard pressed to get your iPad back. 🙂

  2. I really enjoy the challenge of puzzles and I'm sure this app is a great one. Good Review. 🙂

    • Geek Girl says:

      It is an addictive app. 🙂

  3. yearwoodcom says:

    Before my daughter got an i-Pad, I would have said that I wasn't much for puzzles, now…you did say that app was free right? 🙂

    • Geek Girl says:

      That's right. Free. 🙂

  4. Susan Oakes says:

    It looks like a fun app as not that difficult to play. Thanks for letting us know about it Cheryl

    • Geek Girl says:

      It looks easier than it is. The further you progress the more difficult it becomes. 🙂

  5. I'm not generally a game player but a friend told me about an iPhone app called Doodle Jump. It really is a lot of fun if you'd like to give it a try.

  6. @patweber says:

    Love apps like this especially for those long airline flights. Sometimes it is just enough than trying to read a book. Thanks Cheryl.