Simon the Sorcerer's Puzzle Pack

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Simon the Sorcerer's Puzzle Pack
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Type(s)
Video Game
[[Adventure Soft]][[Category:Adventure Soft]]
Adventure Soft
[[Simon the Sorcerer (series)|Simon the Sorcerer]][[Category:Simon the Sorcerer (series)]]
Puzzle
CD-ROM
Keyboard
Microsoft Windows
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Simon the Sorcerer's Puzzle Pack (also known as Simon's Puzzle Pack, was released by Adventure Soft on January 1, 1998[1] for Microsoft Windows, much like Simon the Sorcerer's Pinball this game was viewed by many as a game created to merely keep the simon franchise in gamer's minds while Simon the Sorcerer 3D was being produced.

The Puzzle Pack contains three games:

  • Swampy Adventures – Where the player must help the Swampling through 50 levels of puzzles as he attempts to rescue his children from the evil Sordid.
  • NoPatience – This is a game containing four solitaire patience card games, featuring a unique Simon the Sorcerer themed deck.
  • Jumble – This is a twist of the sliding rearranging puzzle, as the puzzle is a constantly changing animation.

The Game also features a Desktop "Virtual Pet". This is known as "Demon in My Pocket". As well as three Simon the Sorcerer Desktop themes.

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Simon the Sorcerer's Puzzle Pack was not widely released or publicised and as such fell into obscurity, this is perhaps best shown by Gamerankings.com lack of a score,[2] as well as GameSpot's page not containing a critic score or a user's score.[1]

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