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Erin Bell, Common Sense Media
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Challenging puzzle game with charming animal theme.

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Controls are simple. There are three levels of difficulty to accommodate a wide variety of aptitudes.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Triazzle is a puzzle game where players have to fit triangle-shaped pieces into a larger traiangular grid so that sides of the same color are touching. There are three levels of difficulty along with a tutorial to show new players what to do. There's no time limit so players can spend as long as they like on a puzzle.

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TRIAZZLE's concept of placing interlocking triangles within a triangular frame originates from the award-winning cardboard puzzles of the same name. In this mobile app version, you're piecing together the top and bottom halves of marsh creatures like dragonflies, butterflies, turtles, and frogs so that all of the animals appear whole -- a feat that can be quite challenging. The app boasts bright, colorful settings and the creatures actually wriggle and come alive when matched correctly. It's a shame there aren't more than two sizes (9 and 16 pieces) of the puzzle board, but overall Triazzle delivers a charming pick-up-and-play experience.

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