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Indiana Jones and the Lost Puzzles Review

We love puzzle games wrapped up in good narrative elements, and Indiana Jones and the Lost Puzzles wears its licensing like a custom fit fedora. In Lost Puzzles you're not just solving a colorful tile-matching puzzle, but you're helping the one and only Indiana Jones collect priceless artifacts in ruinous ancient temples, and helping him avoid falling to his death. The basic puzzle gameplay puts Indy in your control as you make him hop from tile to tile trying to match as many of the same colors as possible.
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