Reviewed by Wendy
What it is: Part Picasso part MacGuyver, this app has you solve puzzles by disassembling pictures and reassembling the pieces to create the named object.
Brain Benefits: logic & reasoning, visual processing, attention
What I love: There are 324 levels to this game so you’re bound to hit some good challenges, but without a time limit you can play the game at a relaxing pace. If you feel like you’re stuck with no options left, check the hot and cold meter to show you if you’re on the right track. It’s pretty fun in the sense that you really have to visualize what item they want you to create and then look at the images below to deconstruct them and use them for parts. I’ve actually wondered if kids are better at this game than adults because their creativity hasn’t yet been “adulterated!”
What I would change: I was eager to get to a tougher round. The game felt very simple when I started and there are a lot of ads to slow things down. Of course, ads are how the games earns revenue, so that probably won’t change unless they start charging for Puzzle Fuzzle, which I don’t want them to do!