Pixel Puzzles: Japan combines traditional jigsaw puzzle style gameplay with light video-game interactivity.
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Release Date: Apr 17, 2014
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July 10

UPDATE 3 - Achievements!



Achievements have now been added into the game, there is a total of 26 to collect.

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“If you are looking for a nice relaxing game where you don't have to worry about quick reflexes then you can't go wrong with Pixel Puzzles: Japan.”
8/10 – GAMERamble

“Pixel Puzzles: Japan a game to relax too!”
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About This Game

Pixel Puzzles: Japan combines traditional jigsaw puzzle style gameplay with light video-game interactivity. As you build puzzles your monk will gain higher consciousness states. The higher the level of your monks concentration the bigger the puzzle you can attempt. All hand drawn in a beautiful Japanese aesthetic, Pixel Puzzles: Japan is perfect for puzzlers and gamers alike.

Features:

  • Traditional puzzle gameplay.
  • Relaxing Japanese atmosphere.
  • 26 Steam Achievements.
  • 19 puzzles in a range of sizes from 60 to 350 pieces.
  • Multiple FREE DLC bonus puzzles
  • Beautiful photos taken on site in Japan.
  • Interactive play environment.
  • Progressive I-ching powers that give insight into puzzles.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7, Vista
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
    • Hard Drive: 85 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Generic Sound Device
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7, Vista
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
    • Hard Drive: 85 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Generic Sound Device
Helpful customer reviews
31 of 34 people (91%) found this review helpful
20.7 hrs on record
Posted: July 26
I like this game but its so limited with only like 12 puzzles. It needs more puzzles or a way to use your pictures to create your own puzzles. I have had no issues with this at all. Great work more scope for this to be improved to make it even better for me. Needs DLC'S AND A PUZZLE CREATURE I think this would make it future alot better for people to buy it.
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21 of 24 people (88%) found this review helpful
15.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 30
This is probably the most creative interface I've seen for a jigsaw game on PC or mobile. I love the way this game solves the problem of displaying the unused pieces while still allowing a full frame to work the puzzle. The koi pond and "fishing" for the moving pieces is very relaxing and fits well with the theme of this puzzle series. (Edit: This feature gets less ~relaxing as you hit the bigger puzzles since it's really tough to select the piece you want.)

The artwork (both in the interface and the puzzles themselves) is very nice, and the music and sound effects also blend well with the overall theme. I also like the way the monk "levels" up as you solve puzzles, it just adds incentive to keep going.

Unfortunately, the pieces don't rotate and you can't connect pices that aren't already in the correct spot within the puzzle frame. You can, however, lock pieces into place by luck or trial and error, even if you have nothing adjacent in place. I really wish this game had a save feature that let you save your progresss as you work the puzzle. If you only want to spend a few minutes at a time playing, you have to start again from the beginning.

Basically if you like working jigsaw puzzles but hate the effort of setting up all the pieces while sacrificing table space for the time it takes to finish (not to mention keeping your cats away) then this is a great game for you. It's also a good time spinner when you just want a chill game that doesn't take a lot of concentration.
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21 of 26 people (81%) found this review helpful
17.6 hrs on record
Posted: September 27
Very challenging jigsaw puzzles games. Be careful not to smash your laptop/CPU playing this game.
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21 of 27 people (78%) found this review helpful
48.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 1
So why do I not recommend this game yet still love the game???? Well the answer is quite puzzling...

Let me begin by saying that if you enjoy a good jigsaw puzzle you will find great enjoyment within this game. There is a definite feel of working a jigsaw puzzle here and it's quite relaxing and enjoyable. The pictures are decent and give some good challenge in matching up the pieces and once you get to the larger piece puzzles it really feels like your working a real jigsaw puzzle on a table top.

Another interesting slant on this game is that in many puzzles the pieces are cut in ways you could never cut a real life puzzle. This is good in the sense that it opens up new challenges with matching up pieces and actually adds to the puzzle experience in ways that only a virtual puzzle could. It's bad in a way too though because some of these cut styles up the difficulty in matching pieces by cut to sky high levels that make it nearly impossible to do, leaving you to rely on color matching alone. If you’re looking for more challenge though this is certainly a way to get it in ways that physical puzzles could never match so I think this is certainly a positive overall.

So where does it all go so wrong?? It's a couple of things that on the lower end, smaller piece puzzles, you won't experience too badly but as you climb up to the high piece puzzles will have you ripping your hair out. The first and most obvious fault is that there is NO mid puzzle save feature. On the small piece puzzles this isn't so much an issue as you can solve them in 15-20 minutes tops. However as you approach the larger piece puzzles this becomes an issue as most people don't have all morning or night to finish a puzzle. Your only option is to leave the game running in the background of your computer, which isn't a horrible option, but sucks down your computers resources if you'd like to go play another game for a while or sucks down electricity if you'd rather just power down your computer for the night.... And there's really no excuse for why the developers couldn't have coded a simple mid-puzzle save feature for this.

The second flaw is in piece selection. The pieces float around in a "river" around the puzzle which honestly works as it allows you to see the pieces and really resembles the pieces in a box being shaken around a bit only probably better as all the pieces are right side up. Another area where virtual is somewhat better than real life. The problem occurs when you see a piece floating out there amongst all the other pieces that you know fits somewhere and you go to grab it, it's as if the program actually goes out of its way to give you every piece except the one you want.... You'll be clicking and clicking though a million pieces just to get the one you want that you can see right in front of you. Several times per puzzle I've clicked on the piece I wanted while it was clearly in the open, with my curser only touching that piece, and been given a different piece. Then when I release that unwanted piece back into the river the piece I wanted disappears from its current location and reappears somewhere else, usually in a mess of many other pieces again..... Super frustrating.

At the end of the day, because of those flaws I cannot in all fairness give this game a recommendation. These are flaws that could have, and should have been addressed by the developer before or soon after the game was released. Is there a market for virtual jigsaw puzzle games?? I think the answer is yes. Ways to improve upon the design?? First off mid-puzzle saving is a must. Second off improve the puzzle selection process and perhaps give us two to four "ponds" to place specific pieces in where they will float around separated from the river. Lastly, maybe allow for players to use their own pictures to create their own original puzzles. Maybe even have a Steam Workshop for those puzzles..... I certainly think there's a market for jigsaw puzzle games but this one has too many frustrating flaws to really grow that market...
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12 of 12 people (100%) found this review helpful
15.3 hrs on record
Posted: September 1
Pixel puzzles: Japan is a nice little game in classic jigsaw puzzle style. That means drag and drop the floating pieces from the water to the playing surface (stone garden). The puzzle pieces differ each round and you will have to do greater puzzles with more pieces. (336 in the end) The games involves some little easter eggs like koi carps in the lake, a waterclock and color change for your playfield.There is also a hint system. If you charge up the "i-ging" symbol in the right upper you'll get a complete view of the picture for 10 seconds.
The pictures you puzzle are mainly impressions of japanese culture or locations. But the soundtrack was going on my nerves so I turned it off (It's an loop of trembling meditation music). The resolution is fixed on 1280 x 1024 or something and gets upscaled on fullscreen. Unfortunately there is no autosave function that you will loose your progress if you close any puzzle in the middle. But altogether it was relaxing fun for some hours.
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20 of 27 people (74%) found this review helpful
12.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 31
What is Pixel Puzzles: Japan?

Pixel Puzzles: Japan is a game where you have 19 (+2 added for free) jigsaw puzzles to solve. The game is nicely designed in terms of UI graphics, but there are two moments that lead to huge frustration:
First, the detection of what puzzle piece you want to take is horrible. So it comes down most of the time to randomly getting a piece, throwing it away, etc, or clearing the route of the piece you want per right-click and hoping you can somehow catch it.
Second, some puzzles have too large spaces where absolutely nothing is with the exception of one color. This makes the game coming down to trial and error, clicking through numbers of absolutely identical looking pieces and hoping it fits.

Graphics:
The graphics itself are nicely done, as I said, but the motifs for the puzzles are sometimes poorly chosen.

Music:
The music is annoying. One sample sounds like taken from the end of a Settlers 4 tune, together with exactly the same annoying bling sound that makes you think your microwave has finished working / your door has ringed / whatever you have that sounds like it. The sound effects are nothing special as well. I turned it off and heard my MP3s instead.

Controls:
The game is played entirely with the mouse, but unfortunately it is often impossible to get exactly the puzzle piece you want since - if several are above each other - a certain one is always picked instead of the visible one you click.

Conclusion:
Overall you get a jigsaw puzzle game that is frustrating after you did half of the puzzles. The achievements are easy to do, however, they just require a lot of time and frustration tolerance. You can expect taking around 12 hours to solve all puzzles, which also gives you almost all achievements. The two you don't have by then are done in seconds and you can find out what to do by their picture.
You can find jigsaw puzzle simulators on the internet that are more fun since at least you can pick the pieces you want there. Also don't get confused by the title: Apart from the puzzles showing Japanese scenes, there is nothing about Japanese culture, so this isn't a game for the hardcore Nippon fans either.

Recommended:
Only if you get it cheap and hunt achievements. Otherwise try some free jigsaw puzzle games on the internet instead! If the controls are ever fixed, you can get it, and the developer still actively patches the game. So please compare this to the actual version (this review was written on 1 September 2014).
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10 of 10 people (100%) found this review helpful
12.8 hrs on record
Posted: September 17
Pixel Puzzles: Japan is actually the first jigsaw game on Steam and adds a few nice twists that would not be possible with a physical jigsaw puzzle. As the title suggests, the focus is on beautiful Japanese scenes that are revealed as you progress through the nineteen puzzles that are available.The basic goal is to assemble a picture by fitting together the puzzle pieces. The puzzle pieces come in all shapes and sizes so you have to pay attention to the image and the shape of each piece to figure out where it fits into the picture. Puzzles in this game range from ones with 60 pieces to one with a whopping 350 pieces. Instead of using the box cover as a reference as you would with a traditional jigsaw puzzle, this game gives you a blank slate to work with. You can view a small picture of the puzzle before attempting it, but after that you are essentially working blind. As you put together the pieces an "I Ching" meter is filled which, when completely full, allows you to view the full picture for a few seconds.Each puzzle in the game not only has a different image, but the actual shapes of the pieces differ as well. Some of the puzzles have pieces with very strange shapes that you won't see in real-life and it adds another layer of challenge. You don't have to worry about time limits or objectives though. The visuals are rather nice for a casual game and I quite liked the Japanese scenes of bridges, pagodas and cherry blossoms. Like the gameplay, the audio is very relaxing with some soothing tunes and the sound of a shishi-odoshi.If you are looking for a nice relaxing game where you don't have to worry about quick reflexes then you can't go wrong with Pixel Puzzles: Japan.
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8 of 8 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.5 hrs on record
Posted: July 8
There are 19 puzzles in total in total and there is decent amount of playtime here for any jigsaw enthusiast out there. The price is about what i would expect to pay for the advertised features. There are a few shortcomings, however, such as the inability to save your progress during a puzzle which means you need to complete it in one go or start over if you quit out. The developers did stated that in puzzle saving is a feature they plan on adding in an update but for now we have to make do with it. Pixel Puzzles: Japan is certainly not the best but also not too shabby either.
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8 of 8 people (100%) found this review helpful
24.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 4
This is the first game I have achieved 100% achievements in. This should indicate that this is a game where 100%-ing is relatively easy. Overall I would say Pixel Puzzles: Japan is a good relaxing experience under several conditions:
1. You enjoy jigsaw puzzles (surprise!).
2. You like or at least do not mind oriental-themed images (well it says "JAPAN" in the title after all).
3. You do not rush yourself (or, in case you are not prepared to alt+tab out of the game at any given time you don't play the last 3-4 levels).
Well 1 is pretty much obvious in of itself.
Concerning 2 I have to say that the pictures chosen for puzzles (again from the point of view of someone interested in South-East Asia and its beauty) are splendid and wonderful. Looking at them is a pleasure. The accompanying sounds of a water pipe and what does seem to be a shamisen are very helpful in relaxing. They are letting all your troubled minds go away and let you settle down well. The music seems to adapt to your actions and plays more intensively the more pieces you match and the faster you do it. There also some "interactive" sounds available for playing with koi or puzzle pieces (in particular, there is a very satisfying sound when the piece touches the sand). The sand color can also be varied to better outline your puzzle pieces.
Now it is 3 that I would like to emphasize. The last puzzles are so complex and huge (many small pieces) that, if you are trying to rush yourself through them, (e.g. for the achievements) you might feel a bit frustrated. And the game does not save your progress so your only way of taking breaks is to alt+tab out its window. So do not hurry!
More than that there are two additional problems: in the end there are SO many pieces it is quite impossible to fetch the right ones (the ones your see and want to grab) out of your koi pond as they overlap too much and you pretty much have to drag out whatever you can manage to grab with your cursor "hand".
The last problem I have personally had was a bit subjective (perhaps, people with bigger/better screens would not have it). The very last puzzle had the most pieces and they were so tiny that the "reflection" effects, which the game adds on their borders to make the pieces look more volumetric, obscured some of the fine details of the picture (and there were A LOT of fine details there). So in the very very end of the puzzle I basically had to exhaustively try various combinations to fit the pieces in.
Again all of the above is NOT a problem, if you take breaks and just chill yourself out to the ambient sounds, enjoy the beautiful views and do not rush yourself forward. If you want easier and more relaxing experience - just play earlier levels again, they provide just that in spades.
Overall I DO recommend to try out this game, especially if you see it on sale where it can be really really cheap.
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
11.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 29
Hope this will help other gamers and puzzle enthusiasts :) have fun! ^.^

Pixel Puzzle Japan is exactly what the titles suggest, minus the pixel part since it's not exactly pixelated art. still it's not the brain twister type of puzzles but the old, classsic, childhood christmas present type of puzzles where you hunt for pieces and smack'em in their place:D

Cons:
- i personally felt there should be more soundtracks;
- not much variety in gameplay just same thing over and over again but with diferent shapes of puzzles;
- kind of short, not many puzzles in the game;

Pros:
- despite being just a repeating soundtrack it made me relax quite nicely;
- the images are nice and some quite challenging (if you like that sort of thing in puzzles that is);
- some interesting puzzle shapes;
- you can plug a bamboo water pipe thingy with a koi fish (*whispering* but don't tell PETA about it);
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
19.9 hrs on record
Posted: September 14
If you like jigsaw puzzles and have enough patience to spend even a couple of hours until you finish one, then this game will probably be fun for you.

There are currently 19 puzzles to complete (with 2 extra recently added), each of them rewarding an achievement. The difficulty of the picture and the number of pieces scale with level. However, since this game does not have a save option, you might be required to allocate a few continuous hours from your time in order to solve some of the more difficult puzzles.

I also found a bit frustrating the fact that the avaliable pieces move non-stop and stack on each other, making the selection for a certain piece very difficult. Even more so, when you click on a specific piece, the game often offers you randomly one from its vicinity instead of the targeted one.
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
7.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 7
Very nice game to relax with. :]
The overal idea of the game is what I like mostly.

+The puzzle pictures
+Different 'skill' levels
+Different shapes of the puzzle pieces which can make it a bit of a challenge in some cases.

The moving pieces makes me a bit 'nervous' at times though.
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11 of 16 people (69%) found this review helpful
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 30
Everything about this game is good except for one thing, but that one thing is so irritating that it spoils the game and means I can't recommend it:

When you click on a jigsaw piece to pick it up, the piece you clicked on will almost never be the piece that gets picked up, instead you will end up with one that was behind it. When you then release the mouse button to drop the piece back to have another go at getting the one you want, all pieces in the area of the drop are reset to their initial locations, often meaning the piece you were trying to pick up is now nowhere to be seen.
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11 of 16 people (69%) found this review helpful
3.6 hrs on record
Posted: October 29
Chill game but there is no way to save your progress so you lose everything unless you have 4 hours to power though a puzzle at a time. cant recommend without save feature
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
9.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 12
After fully completing the game (9 hours for one playthrough), I'm finally reviewing it, and I highly recommend it for anyone who enjoys jigsaw puzzles. I LOVE jigsaws, but find myself unable to partake in many because I have so few flat surfaces around my home, and I also have quite a few cats that are always determined to chew and eat the pieces. Pixel Puzzles allows the player to piece together jigsaws without the hassle.

There are a few pros and cons to the game when compared to regular jigsaws that I thought I'd point out. For one, the puzzles are extraordinarily easy for those of us who are used to piecing together 500 or 1000 piece + jigsaw puzzles. Why? The top tier puzzle is, I believe, only 300 pieces, for one thing. Another thing is that the pieces are always rightside up; that is, you never have to turn pieces around clockwise or counter-clockwise to try different sides in different places. When you place a piece in its respective spot, it "clicks" into place, which can be seen as a pro and a con. For one thing, that's convenient, but for another, sometimes I would place a piece in about the area I thought it would go, and it would snap into place, taking away the challenge of guesswork, trial and error. There were also a few times I'd grab pieces that were unique to save them for later, only for them to snap into place simply because I'd placed them on the board in just the right place, when I'd had no intention on placing it yet.

Many reviews state the lack of a save feature as a flaw, but I had no trouble with this. I'd sit down for an hour and knock a few of them out. I 100% the game without knowing whether or not there was a save feature, since I never needed it. The puzzles have so few pieces even in the top tiers that 45 minutes to an hour is the most you will likely need to set aside.

The one flaw that actually DID bother me that others have mentioned is the piece selection. Unused pieces float around the borders of the puzzle area in a pool of water, and they can overlap while floating. If you see a piece you want, it can take a few tries to pick the right one, and this can, admittedly, be infuriating. I have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and one of my "obsessions" is that I have to complete the border of a jigsaw puzzle before placing any middle pieces. This one flaw had me reeling quite a few times, because I'd have my eye on a border piece and kept trying incessantly to pick it up, only to pick up dozens of middle pieces in the process. This was pretty time consuming, since I couldn't progress in the puzzle personally until I had the border complete, and this sometimes would take picking up half of the entire puzzle's pieces and setting them aside to accomplish.

The last issue with the game is that I couldn't find a way to view what the completed puzzle would look like once I was putting it together. So in the midst of a puzzle, the player can't pick up a piece and check the "box", if you will, to guess just about where it will go. In the end, while this is technically an issue, I didn't mind it. It presented a challenge in the game that I enjoyed taking on due to the fact that the game is easier than regular jigsaws.

All in all, if you like jigsaws, you will probably enjoy this, and I highly recommend it for those of you who find it hard to make the room for physical jigsaws, as this is the next best thing. While the game is fairly short, I thought it was a great deal as I got it on sale and I ended up paying less than $1.00 per hour of playtime, which is a great value. I highly encourage the developers to consider more pixel puzzle games with other varieties of subject matters, as I'll definitely be supporting future releases.
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
16.3 hrs on record
Posted: July 16
So it's a jigsaw puzzle game with pictures of famous Japanese tourist spots and attractions like Himeji Castle, Osaka Castle, the gardens of Nijo Castle, and more. Controls are pretty self-explanatory, click and hold the left mouse button to drag pieces around and if you want to remove a non-locked piece from the field, you press the right mouse button. Fairly simple premise, but I mean, it's a jigsaw puzzle game, it shouldn't be that difficult.

What's annoying about this game is how the pieces behave when they're not on the playing field.
All of the pieces of the puzzle inhabit the border surrounding the upper and left sides of the frame, and these pieces don't stand still. Instead they're like little cardboard pieces continuously floating in any random direction while in a body of water. And it's really annoying when there's over 200 pieces in the puzzle and each individual piece is tiny. You can click and drag away the pieces you don't need and they'll teleport to another part of the frame. There's no "safe spot" aside from within the puzzle frame to store pieces for later and again, when there's over 200 pieces to work with, it's hard to keep track of some pieces and knowing whether you'll need that piece now or later.

Another minor problem with this game is the lack of a save feature. What if I don't want to do the last 350 piece puzzle all in one sitting? I guess I would walk away from the computer, but what if I want to stop and play another game on Steam? It doesn't matter if I've just put down the first five pieces or I've finished a quarter of the puzzle because I have to decide if I want to see that puzzle to the end or completely drop my progress and start fresh the next time I start up PPJ. It's a minor annoyance, more so for the later puzzles.

Some other small nitpicks...There's a restart button and a home button that's very close to the bottom of the frame of the puzzle. I've never accidentally hit either of these buttons while doing a puzzle, but basically...there's no prompt. If you hit the reset button, the entire puzzle resets. If you hit the home button, the game takes you right back to the main menu. A prompt would have been nice. There's also no real reference of the picture of the puzzle that you're trying to complete. Every now and again after you correctly place a piece down on the puzzle you can fill this powerup that lets you see the completed picture for a few seconds, but I've rarely been able to take advantage of this ability. The only time I really, absolutely needed it was for the last (non-bonus) puzzle.

I'm still going to recommend this game though. It's a pretty good substitute if you're like me and want to play with jigsaw puzzles but lack the surface area in real life to devote your time to a 1000 piece puzzle.
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10 of 15 people (67%) found this review helpful
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 30
Ugh, this is possibly the worst jigsaw game I've played in terms of the basic features.

* Pieces don't connect to themselves. They only magically snap into place if you put them in the correct spot on the board, even if there is nothing next to them.
* No advanced controls like the ability to move multiple pieces at once.
* The pond of floating pieces is a clever idea executed very poorly. The piece you click on is often not the one that gets picked up. Discarded pieces always start in one spot in the pond, so that part of the pond is always too crowded.
* No apparent way to see the full picture.
* No difficulty options as far as I can see (cut type, count, rotation, etc) - one cut/count per puzzle, and you have to advance in the specific way that the game wants you to.
* No save feature. If you start a tough puzzle, you have to do it all at once.
* No timing/clock features of any kind.

Graphics, art, music, sound in general is pretty dorky and mediocre.

Still room for a decent jigsaw puzzle game on Steam. This one doesn't cut it. There are free web jigsaw games that are much better than this.

On the up side, this has cards and achievements...
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
12.5 hrs on record
Posted: June 25
There are currently 21 puzzles, the music is enjoyable as are many of the effects, such as the flowing tray. I do enjoy the various piece shapes especially in the first column like the trees or the pagodas.
However the main down sides are: 1)no save feature while in progress, 2) As the pieces become progressively smaller you see less detail. 3) While making the pieces in the tray float back and forth is pleasing visually it becomes an annoyance when you can not grab the piece you want because another piece either gets in the way or the piece is so small and the tray so crowded you grab another piece by mistake.
Overall I'll give this a 6/10, it shows a lot of promise but still needs some work. If your a puzzle enthusiast give it a go, but for more casual puzzlers stick to the first column or two.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
65.0 hrs on record
Posted: July 16
Relaxing puzzling with beautiful Japanese images, Shishi-odoshi and koi to give a complete Zen experience.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
19.5 hrs on record
Posted: September 8
If you like puzzles and the fact that those puzzles are GLORIOUS NIPPON themed then this game is for you! 19 increasingly challenging puzzles, great to survive work and other activities. No pretentiousness or anything here, just some nice fun.

I know this could work better as a mobile game but, hey, you don't have Steam cards an achievements in mobile!

Word of warning: until cloud saving is implemented, your saves are not carried from PC to PC. You'll have to manually copy them!
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