Some development teams just made solid product after solid product. One of those development teams is game studio 10tons. They’ve given us great (sometimes weird) games like King Oddball, Sparkle, and more. Seriously, if you haven’t played a game from 10tons you need to go to the Windows Phone Store, pick one up and at least play the trial. You’ll probably get hooked. Well 10tons has just recently released another game for Windows Phone called Joining Hands 2, a follow up to their previous puzzle game of the same title. Let’s check it out.
Joining Hands 2 is a whimsical puzzle game. Your job is to complete puzzles by joining the hands of these little creatures called Peablins. Gameplay is straightforward, you drag and drop them from cell to cell in order to have them all holding hands. Here’s what you get with Joining Hands 2:
- More than 140 fun and challenging levels
- Eight kinds of adorable Peablin characters
- Unlimited hint system: Never get stuck
- Fun for all ages: No violence, no time limits, no pressure
- Great for child and parent cooperative puzzling
- Cute graphics and joyful soundtrack
- Ten achievements
The game is delightful and gets increasingly more challenging as you progress. Don’t let the early simplicity of the trial make you think this game is going to be a walk in the park.
You can grab Joining Hands 2 for just $0.99 in the Windows Phone Store. There’s also a free trial that will let you play the first stretch of levels. The game is available to those with a Windows Phone 8 device, including those with only 512 MB of RAM.
You’ll find it in the Windows Phone Store, by using the QR code below, or by swiping to the more section in our app.
Thanks for the tip JD!
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