Escape the world around you! Pros Calm green-minded setting Actually has an atmosphere Simple yet compelling games. The Game Factory Release Date: Ocean Edition review, click here. There are a couple in Rainforest that aren’t quite as good as the best in the pack as well, but all in all Rainforest has a better offering than Ocean, and if you’re only going to pick up one, we’d go with the bamboo over the ocean tide any day. Emerge yourself in Zenses while challenging the mind, body and spirit through relaxing puzzle and brain training games, soothing ambient sounds and authentic visuals that highlight the earth’s natural wonders and beauty.
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Mixed or average reviews – based on 4 Critics What’s this? Even the puzzles get into the act, mostly discarding the usual colored squares or gems in favor of pastel rings, flowers, and stones. Raunforest with six casual games, all of which are touch-only in design, Game Factory is out to appeal to the casual, female demographic and deliver a design that’s based off of an obvious rainforest theme, both in senses and visual design.
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We give our final thoughts on the stronger of the two Game Factory puzzlers. Like its ocean-styled sister game, Zenses: Get the Flash Player to rainforeat this player.
You have a limited number of moves to either swap gems or rotate rings until your set matches the set on the top screen. Cons Only six games Style and simplicity is way different No multiplayer. As for the next one, we move onto Zenses: Ocean Edition review, click here. Our main gripe with Ocean was that a few of the games just didn’t fit with the package, and seemed like throwaway offerings that bogged down the overall value of the package. What it really comes down to though are the six puzzles, and in the case of Zenses: Flower Board is one of the more subtle games.
Zenses: Rainforest for Nintendo DS () – MobyGames
No user score yet – Be the first to review! In Stack Jack, colored rings of different sizes drift slowly downscreen and your job is to match them. There are a couple in Rainforest that aren’t quite as good as the best in the pack as zenees, but all in all Rainforest has a better offering than Ocean, and if you’re only going to pick up one, we’d go with the bamboo over the ocean tide any day.
Twist n Turn places differently colored gems on large stone rings that nest inside one another.
The backgrounds are all palm trees and waterfalls, and the music is soft, sparse and new age-y, full of leisurely keyboards, flutes, and ambient sounds like birds and water droplets. Log in to finish rating Zenses Rainforest. Basically, while most games — even puzzle games — are all about frying tainforest nerves with an ever-increasing pace, pyrotechnic special effects, and an exhausting array of more and more pumped up opponents, Zenses would rather help you chill out and calm down.
Emerge yourself in Zenses while challenging the mind, body and spirit through relaxing puzzle and brain training games, soothing ambient sounds and authentic visuals that highlight the earth’s natural wonders and beauty. If you’ve got a mom, sister, or younger family member or friend that’s into DS, but might even consider games like Super Princess Peach or even Brain Age as a bit too complex, Zenses is the way to go, as it’s very straightforward, score takes a backseat to just relaxing and playing a few rounds of one of the games, and the achievements that can be unlocked are purely optional, as everything in the package is unlocked from the get-go.
Rainforest Editionyou’ll find more for your money than in Ocean. The Last of Us Part 2: The Game Factory Release Date: Ocean Edition and Zenses: Rainforest mines an uncommon vein of videogaming: Ocean Edition and Zenses: Then comes Sapphire Wheel, in which you place colored gems of different shapes on a wheel to create the larger shapes requested.
The sheer frustration of the flaws of each minigame was just enough to want to forget about the game altogether. All this publication’s reviews Read full review.
Zenses: Rainforest review | GamesRadar+
Treasure Spin hands you a grid with a few stone blocks and some flowers scattered around inside. We’ve been covering the Zenses series from Game Factory since its initial unveiling, and now that both Ocean and Rainforest have made their release for the holiday season — and we’ve taken both through their respective paces — we’ve returned to not only tell you if one or both of the games are dainforest in their respective “casual puzzle” genre, but also to a give you the lowdown on which of the two we personally enjoy more.
Right off the bat we need to be specific in stating that Zenses both Ocean and Rainforest aren’t hardcore games, so this review is geared more towards the casual user.
Key Features Zenses Rainforest allows players to explore the rainforest while playing games infused with rain drops, exotic flowers, waterfalls and giant trees.
This refreshing experience encourages players to recharge their batteries while enjoying high quality visuals and ambient sounds inspired by the rainforest.