Plus one for puzzle games on the Windows Store. Another colorful and engaging title has recently been released for users of Windows 8.1, and this one goes by the creative name of Miwee.

Billed as an interactive physic game, this game tests both your logic and reflexes. It is in the same mold as Angry Birds, Cut the Rope and countless other such titles, but that does not make it any less fun. More so if you add in the rich physics elements to the gameplay.

The official description:

“Defy the laws of physics through rich, varied and colorful environments. Use the fauna and flora to your advantage in order to help Miwee gather his children throughout the game. Evolve from one environment to another, which brings a whole new set of features each time: new atmosphere, new elements and more challenges!”

From the moment you fire up Miwee, you know you are in for a treat.

From the moving music of the main screen to the heartrending cut scene that narrates the simple story of these insects. And while the early few stages do a good job of getting you to grips with the physics, the action gets pretty frantic in the later ones.

The visuals complement the music nicely, too. Simple artwork, but it looks neat.

Although free to download and play, you will need to unlock the full game from within as an in-app purchase. But there are quite a few stages to try first. The game, obviously, supports all versions of Windows, including those built for devices like tablets and hybrids that utilize ARM based processors.

Click here to check out Miwee on the Windows Store.

About the Author
Related Posts

Another catchy name for a catch game. Astro Bouncer is, for all intents and purposes, inspired...

I guess, when you’re giving your game the name Spaceship V, then it’s vital to ensure it packs...

Another arcade game with strategy elements. Under Heroes lets you control a team of three...

  1. Looks awesome to me. I’ll end up buying the full version if I like it as much as I think I will. I love puzzle apps.

  2. Seems like a somewhat original puzzle game to me. I will at least check out the trial version levels. Odds are I will purchase it if it hooks me.

  3. I’m not the biggest puzzle girl, so maybe that’s the issue, but I don’t even see a puzzle in the graphic! lol. Having said that, I’m sure this could end up being very popular.

Leave a Reply