Path of Giants
Path of Giants, developed by Journey Bound Games, Inc. is a Puzzle and Single-player video game that plays from an isometric viewpoint. There are many challenging stages available, and each one lets you control one of three explorers to complete the stages. Select your favorite character and jump into the world to find the hidden treasure by navigating icy mountains.
Each puzzle requires you to use teamwork between the explorers to help them solve. As the game starts, you find each level is perfectly hand-crafted to develop amazing scenes. Use your wits to unlock endless ways to complete puzzles, and unlock additional content to become the master. Using the simple control, you have to solve more than 50 stages span thirteen levels interconnected with an original storyline. The difficulty level increases as you advance through the game. Find Hidden Relics, Three Difficulty Levels, 13 Levels, and more.
Pan-Pan is an Adventure, Puzzle, and Single-player video game Spelkrat and published by Might and Delight. The game takes place open-world environment that contains different new areas by gathering items and solving challenging puzzles. While playing the game, you are supposed to use a mix of tools, devices, and gadgets to solve tricky puzzles and reveal the path to the home. Embark on an epic adventure that expands on the concept of environmental narrative story incorporated with puzzle-solving and exploration game elements.
Navigate the land from an isometric perspective, control a character using the point-and-click interface, and lead him to the end of each stage to become the master. There are different stages and each one requires the completion of tricky puzzles. The game rewards you with in-game points and other items you need to unlock additional content. Pan-Pan includes prominent features such as 3D Graphics, One-Finger Controls, Rotatable Environment, and more.
Turnabout is a Puzzle and Single-player video game developed by Artdink for PlayStation. More than 100 levels are available, and the player can access all of these levels in groups of ten. You must complete the basic stages to unlock advanced levels, and the most prominent feature of the game is the ability to rotate the environment in either direction, which causes all the elements to fall in that following direction.
There are different types of obstacles available to fend off you from completing objectives. While playing the game, you find colorless blocks which are dynamic pieces and aren’t limited to taking up only one space. Your ultimate goal is to get all colored pieces to vanish. There are colored balls available, which are dynamic, and are stationary. Turnabout includes prominent features such as 2D Graphics, Simple Graphics, Rotatable Environment, and more.
#3 Lazy Raiders
Lazy Raiders is an Action, Puzzle, and Single-player video game developed by Sarbakan and published by Microsoft Game Studios. The game takes place in the stunning world where the player requires to flip and spin the world to control the character. There are more than 80 levels that come with three different settings, such as Seven Cities of Gold, Wild West, and Arctic Caves.
More than 12 achievements are available to collect. Using the World Flip mechanic, the player can flip and spin the world, letting gravity move objects such as Boulders, Diggabone, Thieves, and more through mazes. To open the gate, you have to double-tap the screen. Rotate the environment to let your character gather collectibles, and after the completion of the stage, a portal will open to lead your character to the next stage. With engaging gameplay, superb mechanics, and beautiful graphics, Lazy Raider is a wonderful game to play.
Perspective mixes the elements of Puzzle and Platform, and it features the support of only Single-player mode. The game takes place in the 2D world, where the player experiences the experimental puzzle gameplay while controlling an avatar through a 2D screen that changes based on the camera angle of the player in the 3D space. During the gameplay, the player can use the perspective-shifting mechanic to reach the goal at the end of each stage.
When the player controls the camera angle, the avatar gets locked in place until he decides to return to the 2D game mode. The ultimate objective is to control the character to a specific location. There are two different modes, such as 2D and 3D. Each stage is made up of doors and corridors with both orange and blue platforms across the walls available in the level. While playing the game, the player can walk on the blue area in 2D and is unable to cross them.
#5 The Bridge
The Bridge is a Puzzle and Single-player video game developed by The Quantum for Multiple Platforms. The game puts the player in charge of a character, who looks like an Escher. The player navigates the environment from a side-scroll perspective by controlling the character in the 2D world, where the gravity is effected based on the changing orientation of the landscape.
There are several playable stages available, and the ultimate goal of the player is to lead the primary character to the exit door. The challenging puzzles of the game are heavily inspired by the art of M.C. Escher and his artworks. Each stage will unfold using a hand-drawn illustration. During the game, the player can rotate the land using the arrow keys, changing the gravitational direction, and more. Control the nameless character show is sleeping under the tree when the game is about to start. Upon awakening, he is guided to a home having three doors.