Love You to Bits
Love you to Bits is a cosmic love story between clumsy space explorer Kosmo and his robot girlfriend Nova. After a terrible accident, Nova falls to bits, and all her pieces are scattered across space, and it's up to Kosmo to venture out and repair his love.
The developers had a lot of fun with the space setting, with gravity-defying puzzles and a large selection of weird and wonderful aliens to meet scattered around this cosmic caper. As you travel with Kosmo you will learn the tragic and touching tale of their love, and hopefully, reunite the two erstwhile lovers.
Assemble with Care
Not all puzzlers need to be overly stimulating brain teasers, and Assemble with Care is a charming game that can be taken at any pace you desire. Taking the role of Maria, an antique restorer, who has recently landed in Bellariva, you will be tasked with repairing some of the townsfolk's most treasured items.
From watches to projectors, you will be entrusted with 12 different items to strip down to their parts, fix what's wrong, and then rebuild them. All set to a soundtrack inspired by the 80s, it is a wondrous time for any amateur tinkerer.
When poking around an attic you stumble upon an antique box that was designed by famous inventor Ms Olivia McLumen, who resided in Scotland over a century ago. Having saved her inventions in many cinematic frames, it is up to you to beat the various puzzles and rediscover the great inventor's lost legacy.
You will need to use light, mirrors, and all manner of redirection to beat these light-themed mazes, all to the soothing sounds of piano and saxophone. There is constant fresh content with daily challenges and five weekly mazes to keep the game going and rack with your streak combo if you like that competitive edge to keep you going.
Taking a rather minimalist attitude to design, Monument Valley is no less a beautiful spectacle for it. You will be tasked with guiding a silent princess through wondrous towers and locales, with the interesting ability to not only guide her but to rotate entire pieces of the structures that make up each level.
The most impressive thing is just how well the developers have used optical illusions. You could be twisting a piece that seems to be connected to one level of the map, but suddenly open a path above you. It makes every level incredibly fun to play as you suss how each simple move can affect the entire area.
The aim of stitch. is rather simple and incredibly relaxing, you pick an embroidery pattern you like the look of, and then use the numbered grid to complete it whilst ensuring you don't leave any gaps. The developers used their own engine to make the embroidery as realistic as possible, making it almost as calming and peaceful as the real thing.
stitch is truly a game that everyone can enjoy however they like. Free Stitch mode will allow you to redo any level you have completed and make that pattern in any color you like. There's also a huge amount of accessibility options like bigger numbers or reducing motion to make the game playable for anyone.