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Vanessa Saint-Pierre Delacroix and Her Nightmare is a creative puzzle game

Vanessa Saint-Pierre Delacroix and Her Nightmare is a creative puzzle game

Vanessa Saint-Pierre Delacroix and Her Nightmare is a creative puzzle game that has people everywhere loving the idea and gameplay. It is one several platforms and is great. On the Windows MarketPlace it has 4.5 Stars which is honestly correct for such a title. It’s a wonderfully creative, imaginative and wacky game.

When you read the title your mind is instantly filled with concepts and ideas of what it is about and strangely a apt title to help you get your head and fingers around this puzzler. The whole game takes place on the outside of a rubric’s cube like cube..

 

Actually that’s the feeling I got from it. The cube seems to have pulled Vanessa Saint-Pierre Delacroix world in to it when she dropped and broke it. The story is really just to setup why you are playing a 2d platformer/puzzler on a sort of 3d cube. The puzzle mechanics are well done and the puzzle is also on different sides of the cube. The puzzles and games structure remains the same throughout all the levels but luck for us  not all levels are the same.  We get changes of scenery that help to break up the gameplay and make it more interesting. In some levels  have additional challenges such as spike  strips of very painful death, avoiding spiders and design elements to make the levels more challenging. In fact, there are even random towns people or keys that Vanessa needs to carry to safety to progress to the next level. Some levels require Vanessa to find a key which will open up the door to the next level. All these little nuances to the game help expand gameplay, and keep players interested. Please understand some of these puzzles will drive you up the wall and if you are not a puzzler you will kill someone close to you or possibly to tears.

 

This game comes on multiple formats (iphone, Andriod, PC and WP7) and I have enjoyed this on the iPhone and the review is actually from the Windows Phone 7 because I saw it there and had to get it for my WP7. It is seriously fluid on my Nokia Lumia 800. I wish this game had some achievements for example turned the cube 200000000 times..

(All media taken from the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace.)

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