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Game Giveaway of the day — The future puzzle

Bright and colorful puzzle about the future.
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User rating: 17 (74%) 6 (26%) 8 comments

The future puzzle was available as a giveaway on March 15, 2022!

Today Giveaway of the Day
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The game reflects the "struggle" between spring and winter.

Bright and colorful puzzle about the future. The game is very simple, as it was created for your relaxation and does not require special attention. The game has 10 levels, where each level consists of 16 elements that must be rotated in the desired direction and dragged into place. At the beginning of the level, you see an image for 5 seconds and then it disappears. In this version of the game, the help button is removed, as it was in previous games, since the levels are very simple. The game will help you relax and have fun. There is a choice of levels and you can start playing from the level you choose. The game has built-in voice prompts on the buttons. The game will delight you with nice graphics and calm music.

System Requirements:

Publisher:

GameREA

Homepage:

https://gamerea.itch.io/the-future-puzzle

File Size:

88.2 MB

Price:

$5.00

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I'll add some images and tidy up this review later today if I have time. Really busy at the moment. Also, wasn't expecting a giveaway today. It did say yesterday that it would be 3 days before the next giveaway.
In Brief:
Future Puzzle is another puzzle from GameRea, who has previously given us several jigsaw puzzles for example: Flea Market, Fantastic Heroes Puzzle, Old Paintings, Grim Puzzles, Street Art Puzzles, Fantastic Puzzles 2021, Terrible Puzzles, Old Canvases 1, 2 & 3 and Winter Moods, as well as other games such as the swap tile puzzles Planet of the Fat Men, Quick Tiles and Quick Puzzles. Todays puzzle is one of the smaller variety with only sixteen puzzle pieces on a 4x4 grid to each of the ten puzzles.

The Game
Future Puzzle is a 16 piece square puzzle with ten futuristic images . When you start the game you can see what key bindings and mouse controls are used by clicking on the Control button (see the second image above).

Along the bottom of the puzzle grid are four buttons with a timer in the middle. The first two buttons toggle the sound on and off, the third button restarts the puzzles timer from the beginning; when this is done, all the pieces of the puzzle are shuffled and reoriented differently. The fourth button advances to the next puzzle until you get to the fifteenth, where it then takes you back to the main menu. The puzzle pieces are located to the left and right of the 4 x 4 grid; eight on each side.

When placing pieces in the correct position they are not locked like previous jigsaw puzzles we've received from a different developer. Also, if you place a piece wrongly it does not jump back to the periphery like some of the BD Games puzzles we've had recently, you have to put them back manually.

Conclusion:
Although each jigsaw puzzle is relatively short there are 15 puzzles to complete, and most puzzles are harder than previous puzzles due to the number of items found in each image. With only 15 images to solve it shouldn't take an adult more than 30 to 45 minutes to solve the whole lot.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  6 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)

Whiterabbit-uk,



Other Free Games:
For other free games, please check Delenn's threads over in the giveaway forums HERE (non-Steam games) and HERE (Steam games) for the latest freebies; it's kept up to date frequently, whenever a free game becomes available, (thanks for keeping this up to date Delenn, very much appreciated).

Also, for the latest Steam sales check THIS Steam database site out. You can list the games in 'price' & 'percentage off' by clicking the headers. If you link SteamDB (the Steam database) with your Steam account, all games that you already have will be highlighted in green and those in blue are on your wish list. When there are Steam games being given away, you'll see the percentage off as 100%. It's worth checking this regularly to make sure you don't miss the best deals and freebies. Delenn usually posts links to all free games within several hours of them going live, so check her links at the top of this comment as well.
Don't forget to check Indie Gala's freebie section HERE, then click on the Showcase header, selecting freebies from the drop down menu; the most recent additions include:


1) ... The Last Enchantress: Revival, (choice-based fantasy game, contains adult themes and NOT suitable for children.)

2) ... Vroom Racing (NEW ... Drive a Formula 1 car upon 18 worldwide tracks : Reach 380 Km/h and beat the ghost !)

3) ... Avani: The Primal Land (Explore, gather, learn, craft and build. Fight, hunt and tame wild animals. Includes a unique crafting system combined with a huge skill tree and an intuitive building system mixed with traditional survival game elements.)

4) ... Cov Shooter (Try to survive as many waves as possible, upgrade your stats and weapons to do that.)

5) ... WTC : Relentless Protagonist [Sxs}, (a short mostly KINETIC comedy/drama visual novel.)

6) ... Out of Puberty: Chapter 1 (graphic novel, contains adult themes and NOT suitable for children.)

7) ... Neon Invasion Earth, (space invaders.)

8) ... WTC : Recruitment Day (a short mostly KINETIC comedy/drama visual novel.)

9) ... Trainpunk Run (ReRUN ... “fly and shoot” in a steampunk environment.)

10) ... Welcome To... Chichester OVN 3 : The Mysterious Affair At The Violet Hotel (Interactive novel.)

11) ... Last Dream (NEW ... a sprawling RPG maker like game)

12) ... Little Kite (ReRUN ... a point-and-click story driven adventure.)


We have been given over 340 games since I started to check the freebie section several years ago. But around 60% of those are no longer available free. The following recent freebies have now been removed from the free library: Pixel Puzzles 2: Paintings , Hamsterdam, Copperbell, Chainsaw Warrior, Leisure Suit Larry 2 Looking For Love (In Several Wrong Places), Leisure Suit Larry 1 - In the Land of the Lounge Lizards , Figment, Pixel Puzzles 2: Space, Revolution Ace, Six Sides of the World, Byte Family, Alone on Mars, Garfield Kart, Nostradamus the Last Prophecy, Snowball, Pixel Puzzles 2: Christmas , Die Young (Full version), Distortions, Dino Run DX, Cheap Golf, Kill Em All, Dead Hungry Diner, and Contract with the Devil.

Any game you claim while it's being offered free, will remain in your Indie Gala library and can be downloaded at any time, under the showcase section. Each page from your free list can take 30 or so seconds to move to the next page; so, if like me you've added most of the free games over the last several years, it can take almost half an hour to get to the last page. I have just over 340 games in my free section. All remaining freebies can be found in the showcase section (115 games are still available). Not all games that go into the showcase remain free and are removed after a short period (e.g. the recent adventure puzzler Figment that costs almost £15 on Steam); so, you should grab them as soon as you can. All titles are DRM free.


The latest Epic Game is now available until 4pm UK/11am Eastern Thursday 17th March. It's called Cities Skyline, which has previously been given away. If you missed it last time, this will be an opportunity to grab one of the best city builders around; sadly we don't get any of the 37 DLC's apart from a few free ones (Carols, Candles and Candy, Match Day and Pearls from the East). I'm assuming those will be free like they are over on Steam.

Also available free via Epic is the just released Ghostwire: Tokyo - Prelude (Experience the mysterious events leading into Tango Gameworks’ highly anticipated action-adventure game, Ghostwire: Tokyo! In Ghostwire: Tokyo – Prelude, join the mysterious KK and his gang of supernatural detectives as they investigate an unusual disappearance, only to stumble upon something even more sinister. Build relationships with your team and piece together their stories in this visual novel adventure before taking to the streets of Ghostwire: Tokyo, releasing March 25). Next week we get In Sound Mind - (an imaginative first-person psychological horror with frenetic puzzles, unique boss fights, and original music by The Living Tombstone. Journey within the inner workings of the one place you can’t seem to escape—your own mind.)
The best Indie Bundles sites that have been operating from around 2010 are the Humble Bundle and Indie Gala sites (though the latter isn't as good as it used to be) where you'll sometimes find decent bundles with over 90% off the usual price of the games included in the bundles. The Humble site is in my opinion the best; though a more recent addition that is worth checking out called Fanatical games looks to be a serious contender for that title as they have some very good bundles. You can find Fanatical games (that used to be called Bundle Stars) HERE.

I've restarted a project I originally started back in 2008 that used to be called Good Games to Grab, where I posted free games over in the forums on a daily basis. I won't be posting them daily this time; only as and when I have time and the inclination. You can find the new forum section entitled 'Free Game Project' HERE. So far, I've posted eight excellent PC games, plus one android game as well as suggested or linked to others similar to the ones posted. I'll be adding more as and when I have the time or the mood takes me over the coming months.

Black And White Apocalypse that was given away early s last month by the developer Hammergames is always free and can also be downloaded as a colour version. You can find both versions over on itch.io via the following links Black & White version, and Coloured version. :)
Hammergames also offer other games they have created free HERE. Some of them look like they are worth investigating. :)

The latest Humble Choice bundle went live Tue 1st March; it includes seven Steam games and one Origin game. Desperados III, Mass Effect Legendary Edition (Origin), Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan, Red Solstice 2: Survivors, Nebuchadnezzar, Police Stories and Evan's Remains. Subscriptions to the Choice bundle have recently been changed, levelling the ground for all subscribers. The monthly cost is a meagre $12/£8.99 with other benefits such as access to a lot of indie titles for free while subscribed and a percentage off other purchases from the Humble store. This increases the longer you keep subscribed up to a year with 20% off all none bundle purchases. (1 month sub' gives 10% off, 3 months sub' gives 15% off and six months sub 'gives 17% off). The next Humble Choice bundle goes live Tuesday 5th April 22.

The latest Humble Bundles are Humble Heroines (ends 23rd March), HERE that includes eight excellent Doom like games (ends 25th March).

If you are a removed game collector Gods Remastered a classic platformer from the early 90's that includes both the original and the remastered is being removed from Steam on the 27th March due to licencing issues. It's on sale with 90% off HERE

If you have Amazon Prime you also get access to a new set of free games every month. The March freebies include an Origin code for 'Madden NFL 22', and 'Surviving Mars' on Epic Games (this has been given away twice via Epic a few years ago on the 10th October 2019 together with a couple of the DLC and again on the 11th March last year; if you missed it both times here's your chance to grab the base game again). There are also some downloadable games and a whole bunch of in game content for lots of big name games like League of Legends, GTA V, Red Dead Online, Dead by Daylight, Destiny 2, Battlefield 2042 and loads more. Visit Prime Gaming for details.

Stay safe everyone.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  6 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#5

the pictures for this puzzle are not the future I would want. Space ships etc are nicer

Reply   |   Comment by Brian  –  6 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#4

Pretty dark and demonic. Ok, if you're into that but I believe I'll pass. Thanks Whiterabbit for your time and effort.

Reply   |   Comment by Jim  –  6 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#3

Bright and colourful? Someone has a strange definition of the term!

Reply   |   Comment by Susan Ganiebny  –  6 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)
#2

Give more bad ratings, and then maybe they will stop distributing games altogether. Respect the developers, if you don't like it, it's better to pass it by.

Reply   |   Comment by NOX1988  –  6 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-5)

NOX1988,

Hi Nox1988,

Totally agree with you. When I taught 11 to 18 years olds if I had what some would term a bad student, I would try to give them positive reinforcement by commenting on the positive side of their work, even if it was something minor, while subtly mentioning where they could improve. I believe the same for developers. I used to hope that this site would become a nexus for developers visiting to see the comments made by what used to be a community in the tens of thousands. We used to get a lot of feedback both positive and negative, but it was mainly constructive. I'd ask the community regularly if they could post more as I believed this would attract more developers who would give their games away in the hope of getting decent feedback that could be used to improve their games. Sadly when the 2008 financial crisis struck, we lost a lot of small developer who went bust when the usual price of an arcade game dropped from $19.99 to around $6. The site then went to weekends only from Easter 2008, then about four years ago ago we lost our two main contributors, Alawar and Playrix, both of which gave us some excellent and varied arcade games for several years. When MyPlayCity and later TooMky Games came on the scene, we lost a lot of community members because those games were perceived as already being free (though in reality most of those games are shareware, but with adware included); however, the giveaway versions did have most of the low level adware removed, so it was still worth getting games from here.

Sadly, it's now rare to get decent constructive feedback. :(

The constant sales, and indie bundles as well as the free games offered by the likes of Epic Games, Origin, Steam and other big name distributors; that have given away a steady stream of decent free AAA and big name indie arcade games regularly for the past several years now. All these have impacted the ability to find developers willing to give away thousands of copies of their games via this site; especially when it's rare to get any decent feedback. It's very sad especially as the gamegiveawayoftheday project was one of the first of its kind, and is one of the reasons I've remained loyal to this site despite the lack of many decent or original games over the last few years.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  6 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

NOX1988,
developers need & appreciate feedback. Ignoring the games, good or bad, hides the true amount of people who see them here and does nothing at all to help developers. THAT is what makes developers stop bothering.

Reply   |   Comment by C Taunton  –  6 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
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