You know a puzzle game’s good when you start seeing its patterns every time you close your eyes. Wind and Water is a simple-but-deep puzzler that comes in the single-player and head-to-head varieties, and its tile-rotation action is infectious. With fundamentals as solid as Tetris or Bejeweled, insanely charming pixel art, and a wealth of content, W&W deserves a place in the indie hall of fame alongside Cave Story and VVVVVV.
Whether you’re playing with friends or taking on the game’s Story Mode (which clocks in at dozens of hours long), there’s an abundance of addictive puzzle gameplay here. Fun fact: This puzzle game’s such a success, it got its own Dreamcast version in 2008. That’s one of the true marks of indie game awesomeness.
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