3DS Logic Video Games

Puzzle games. In this category solving puzzles is the main purpose of gameplay. These titles usually don’t have any story or have it in a very simple form. Playing requires good perception and skills of logical thinking, strategic planning and recognizing schemes. more

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Genre: Logic
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Pokemon Art Academy (3DS)
Pokemon Art Academy (3DS)

Logic 19 June 2014

A spin-off title to the Pokémon series, in the form of an educational game, in which we learn to draw the eponymous creatures. We take on the role of a young artist who creates his first work under the watchful eye of professor Andy. On each stage, our teacher introduces new gameplay elements, starting from the basic technique of drawing shapes and coloring, then raising difficulty and teaching us more advanced ways of drawing. Pokémon Art Academy was designed to quickly teach anyone to create their own good-looking images. Our works, created on 3Ds’ screen, can then be easily printed, saved on a memory card and published at Miiverse to present them to other home-grown artists.

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Pokemon Link: Battle! (3DS)
Pokemon Link: Battle! (3DS)

Logic 12 March 2014

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Scribblenauts Unlimited (3DS)
Scribblenauts Unlimited (3DS)

Logic 13 November 2012

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Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition (3DS)
Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition (3DS)

Logic 29 April 2015

Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition is a spin-off of a popular match-3 puzzle game developed by GungHo Online Entertainment. It was released in a package with Puzzle & Dragons Z on the western markets. Unlike in the original game, this time we play as Mario, and our job is to save princess Peach, who was kidnapped by the evil Bowser. Gameplay mixes elements from match-3 puzzles and RPGs. We will explore the game's world and fight with the encountered enemies. During combat, we will have to arrange three or more identical icons into vertical and horizontal lines to deal damage. We can ally ourselves with some of the defeated foes so that they can aid us in forthcoming battles. Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition has eye-pleasing visuals stylized after other Super Mario Bros. games.

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Pokemon Shuffle (3DS)
Pokemon Shuffle (3DS)

Logic 18 February 2015

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Disney Art Academy (3DS)
Disney Art Academy (3DS)

Logic 07 April 2016

Another application from Nintendo 3DS’ Art Academy, a series of educational games that teach us how to draw. Unlike its Pokémon-centered predecessor, this time we are given a completely new challenge, trying to create images of over 80 characters known from animated duo of Disney and Pixar. Gameplay of Disney Art Academy remains the same as in the previous title, following a series of lessons that progressively introduce us to more and more complicated drawing techniques. It is complemented by Free Paint Mode, which allow us to create whatever images we want, as well as previously featured social services that we can use to publish our works through Miiverse and social networks.

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Gardenscapes (3DS)
Gardenscapes (3DS)

Logic 22 June 2012

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Shifting World (3DS)
Shifting World (3DS)

Logic 06 October 2011

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Puyo Puyo Tetris (3DS)
Puyo Puyo Tetris (3DS)

Logic 06 February 2014

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Cube Creator 3D (3DS)
Cube Creator 3D (3DS)

Logic 23 April 2015

Cube Creator 3D is a Minecraft-inpsired sanbox game developed by Big John Games for Nintendo 3DS. The game allows us to create our own kingdom in a randomly generated world. Cube Creator 3D has to primary game modes. In the Creative mode we explore the stereoscopic 3D fantasy world and modify it as we please. We use various tools and resources to do so. Survival mode, like its name suggests, focuses on survival. In it, we start empty handed and we have to find resources as soon as possible and use them to craft basic tools. We will need them to build shelters and create weapons, which we will definitely need to face the monsters living in the game's world. Like in many similar games, Cube Creator 3D's visuals are based on voxels.

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Tetris Ultimate (3DS)
Tetris Ultimate (3DS)

Logic 11 November 2014

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Crush3D (3DS)
Crush3D (3DS)

Logic 10 January 2012

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50 Classic Games 3D (3DS)
50 Classic Games 3D (3DS)

Logic 02 March 2012

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Robot Rescue 2 (3DS)
Robot Rescue 2 (3DS)

Logic 11 October 2012

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Mensa Academy (3DS)
Mensa Academy (3DS)

Logic 27 July 2012

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Boxboy! (3DS)
Boxboy! (3DS)

Logic 02 April 2015

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Puzzle & Dragons Z (3DS)
Puzzle & Dragons Z (3DS)

Logic 12 December 2013

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Pure Chess (3DS)
Pure Chess (3DS)

Logic 20 March 2014

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Picross 3D Round 2 (3DS)
Picross 3D Round 2 (3DS)

Logic 01 September 2016

Another installment in a series of logic games; it was created specifically for Nintendo 3DS. The player's goal here is to paint appropriate cubes in such a way so that models hidden inside of them can be revealed. The game was based on the rules of a puzzle created by Non Ishida - a Japanese graphics designer. Although the gameplay resembles Minesweeper for PC, the environments are three-dimensional. Blocks can be rotated freely and digits that are visible on particular cubes (the blocks are made of those) inform the player about the number of neighboring cubes they should paint with a given color. If cubes get painted in the correct color, they disappear, revealing a fragment of the model hidden inside the block. Managing to color the entire block of cubes correctly results in the entire model being revealed to the player, which can represent characters created by Nintendo for example. In Picross 3D Round 2, two new colors were added, as well as more complex models hidden in particular puzzles. The game supports the Amiibo protocol, thus the player can digitalize the figurines they own.

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