##Puzzle games. I know I love em
There’s nothing better than sitting down and letting 50 goddamn minutes pass in the blink of an eye playing ‘endless mode’ on puyo as you enter the space between dimensions in your own matrix. Ever since playing Tetris on my game boy as a 4 year old I was hooked.
There are tons of puzzle games out there, everyone’s got their favorites, and everyone’s got their reasons for that. With that in mind, I wanted to start a megathread of sorts for Puzzle Games LP’s. In the vein of collaborative threads in the past such as the ‘Hard Games’ thread, or ‘The Shooting Gallery’, this is a thread for You, Yes You to submit a video or short series on your favorite puzzle game. Being that some puzzle games can be a little hard to LP or start a full thread focused on a single title, this is your chance to drop some of that sweet multicolored-block-knowledge on us!
If you are looking for ideas of puzzle games to try We Have A Pretty Good Thread On Them Here
Rules for this LP are pretty simple: be informative about the game you are playing. You don’t have to go ‘Thesis Paper’ on explaining rules and intricacies of the game, but be sure to cover the basics
A good rule of thumb to follow is: If a person has never heard of this game before, by the time they finish watching your video they should be able to play a few rounds comfortably
As for format, all types are accepted. Already completed/in progress LP’s are fine (so long as you’re informative), stream uploads are fine (so long as you’re informative), even screenshot LP’s are fine (though I’d ask you hide the bulk of images under ‘details’ to save space/clutter). At the end of this post will be index of all posts made, so it will be easy to find your post/game from the start of the thread
As for different versions of a game already LP’d in the thread: It should be ok so long as there is something unique about your version or commentary. For example: For Tetris I consider there to be enough unique differences between the NES, Gameboy, DS and Various Arcade iterations that each could be its own video, as well on if someone wanted to focus on, say, ‘Tetris for Beginners’ or ‘Advanced Tetris Skills’