Daylife in Japan Review
Posted: 13 days ago, last updated 12 days ago.
The game has several aids to help with solving the puzzles. You can view the puzzle from three distances, drag pieces around using touch screen (on Switch) or buttons. When pieces are dropped in correctly (or near pieces they belongs to), they will snap into place. You can connect pieces off the main board and then drag them into place. You Can also highlighting the corner and side-pieces, and to view of the final picture.
It's a relaxing way to spend time together in a family. The difficulty level ranges from around two dozens op pieces to over a thousand so can suit all abilities.
Players: This is a single player game.
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