If you love puzzle games you absolutely need to check out the game CLARC from Golden Tricycle. The unique comic style visuals will play nicely with the overall tone of the game, but best of all CLARC will give you hours upon hours of gameplay to tease your brain. CLARC is an action puzzle style game that blends cell shaded comic style graphics, loads of mind bending puzzles, arcade action gameplay and a storyline that you will find makes the game hard to put down.
Tired of games that you beat too quickly? CLARC should be able to help you there as it boasts an impressive 12 hours of gameplay, with 100 puzzles to complete throughout 25 different levels. In this cheeky little robot filled adventure you play as CLARC who is a forklift robot, who sets out on a mission to save the production facility along with plenty of his little robot friends. You'll encounter tons of enemy robots that seek to take over the Mars based facility, and if you're going to stop the invading spaceship called M.O.T.H.E.R. you'll have to solve puzzles to advance. The levels are completely interactive, and the enemy robots are built off of a smart AI so things don't get boring. Can you help this little forklift robot figure out how to get things back to normal and save his friends?
CLARC is a heartwarming little puzzle adventure that will keep you engaged with the story, and the puzzles will do their job without distracting you from what's happening with the games plot development. If you're going to pass certain areas you'll have to be sure to pick up objects that can help you get passed destructive lasers unscathed. Carrying objects will make you take up more space though, so making it through certain parts may require you to turn CLARC in a particular direction. The best part about the game is that once you pay for it, there are no in-app purchases to be made that can grant you any sort of extras, which we know plenty of gamers are probably happy about. Normally CLARC costs $3.99 but during today's special Easter sale the game is 50% off, so you'll only end up paying a total of $1.99. The game was worth it at four bucks, but definitely get it now while you can at the cheaper cost.