New game offers 'puzzle perfection'
16 March 2009 — 9:59 AM
Gamers with the latest phones may be interested in a new title that offers a great deal of "personality", it has been advised.
In a review for the Pocket Gamer website, Jon Mundy says that having got to grips with Mystery Mania, he is happy to report that puzzle fans will not be disappointed.
Taking the role of "an amnesiac robot sleuth" called F8, players work their way through a series of levels built around tasks and traps that help the character rebuild his memory.
Mr Mundy adds the simple gameplay and interactive nature could make it a great purchase for logically-minded handset users.
"Mystery Mania remains a mobile masterpiece. It's a unique experience, taking the decades-old point and click interface and distilling it to minimalist, one-thumb perfection," he concludes.
The game is available on Nokia's range of N-Series mobile phones, which could encourage some to recycle used mobiles to upgrade to the latest contracts.
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