I have had my try at many puzzle games and one thing I find with most of them is that after a while they begin to feel like a chore, and eventually you get to the point where you fail a level and become really aggravated (well I do anyway). That has yet to happen in Blyss.
Blyss takes all the elements of what makes a good puzzle game adds some relaxing music and environments and combines them to make a charming, relaxing and most importantly, enjoyable puzzle game that I have found myself going back to quite regularly over the last few day.
The gameplay in Blyss requires the player to think logically before making a move. You are presented with a game board which you have to clear, to do so you can only clear three or four tiles at a time and must do that in either a I, L, O or Z shape. An added challenge is then presented to you with the addition of double tiles which require you to clear them twice, and eventually when you get to the further levels triple tiles. Continue reading this post ->