� Off the cuff, Rain Drops
is about the closest counterpart to Waku
that I�m aware of, though it�s almost as comparable to PuzzLoop
in principle. Of course, if you�re looking for �official� Pokemon
puzzle games you�ve got the likes of Puzzle League
(a Panel de Pon
reskin) or Trozei
, though ironically neither of them integrates the series� central �monster training� theme into their gameplay as ably as Waku
does. If you want to try another puzzler by Altron, from the days before they sank into licensed game hell, the dice-based Rox: 6=Six
might be up your alley.
That�s all for this week � make sure your chairs are on top of your desks before you leave, or the janitor will start beating me again.
Oh, and before you go, a personal question: having completed three classes so far, have any of you out there actually been persuaded to try any of the games we�ve studied here? I�m quite curious to know�
Either way, I�ll be back next Monday, and I hope you are too.
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