Vexed - A new Puzzler by Under4Mhz for the Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum and many other systems!

Under4MHZ is certainly no strangers to Indie Retro News, creating fabulous Puzzle games such as Pillars and even Pitman. Well here we are with another retro gaming shoutout, as we've been informed that if you have a ColecoVision, MSX, Sega SG-1000, Sega Master System, Sega Game Gear, ZX Spectrum 48/128, SpectraVision SV-318/328, Memotech MTX 512, Gameboy Classic or Amstrad CPC, you can now play "Vexed". A new and original puzzle game. Match the blocks, reach par, but make sure no block is left behind.

Here is what the website says about the game. "Vexed is an addictive puzzle game where you must match the blocks to remove them from the level. Sometimes three blocks must be removed in a single move. Line up the blocks to stop them from connecting. If you’re left with any single blocks remaining, you'll have to start the level again. The higher number of moves, the higher the score, where the goal is to get the lowest score possible. It's possible to go negative, the accepted solution isn't always the best. Hours of fun for your home gaming system".

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  1. Isn't this just a rip-off of Taito's Puzznic?

  2. Yes, it plays a bit like Puzznic. But improved. Thankfully no time limit. Replay option. Some very difficult levels (but excellent puzzles), with easier levels in between, to catch your breath. Great game! Available for quite a few systems.


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