Description of Puzznic
Decent conversion of Taito's coin-up puzzle/logic game done by Banana Development, an independent studio that ported a lot of arcade/non-PC games to the PC.
A fun puzzler where you have to eliminate blocks by moving two or more of the same kind together. Puzznic is neither original nor devious, but still has enough good old-fashion gameplay inspired by classic Sokoban and traditional tile-matching game to capture anyone's interest for a while. Software Creations' Amiga version looks, sounds and plays better - but this PC version is still an addictive game. The game is a bit on an easy side, as I was able to finish it in a few sittings, so puzzle experts may find it a waste of their time.
Newcomers to the genre and Sokoban fans will like this game a lot, though. Two thumbs up!
Review By HOTUD
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giolongoni 2018-05-24 1 point Amiga version
I played Puzznic back in the 90's.
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