Have you ever wanted the power to shrink and grow items with a touch of your finger? In Sizeable you will get to do just that. In this small puzzle game, you must manipulate the items in a beautiful small-scale 3D world in order to find the 3 hidden pillars and move on to the next level. Created by Sander Ambroos and published by Business Goose Studios, this game has 21 main levels and 4 bonus levels all accompanied by beautifully orchestrated music composed by Jamal Green.
When you first start the game, you are greeted by peaceful music that gets you right into the mood to puzzle. You know, that mood of pure relaxation and focus where nothing can distract you from finishing what you started. Once you learn the basics, you’re ready to start solving beautiful, yet simply designed maps that get your brain working right from the start. Once you get the hang of things, the puzzles start getting harder. Luckily, the music keeps you calm and helps you work through any frustrating energy until you can find the solution.
The controls are simple, the design is beautiful, and the game is complex in so many ways that it’s hard not to love it. One of the things I love about it is how the elements work together on the map. When you make the moon bigger, the ocean rises. When you make it smaller, it goes down. You will find certain items in the game are used in specific ways in order to activate or open new pieces of the puzzle. This keeps you thinking on your toes until you reach the end of the puzzle.
It only took me about 1 hour and 30 minutes to solve all the puzzles, including finding all the little turtles (Hidden Collectibles), and I enjoyed every minute of it. I guess you can say the only problem with the game is that it left me wanting more, and unfortunately there is no more at the moment. I enjoyed this game so much that once I finished, I started doing speed runs to test myself even further. The good thing is once the game is finished and the credits start to roll, the creator was nice enough to let us know that more levels will be added in the first update of the game.
We gave Sizeable a 5 Star rating (party noises: once you play the game you will understand) for its simple approach to a very complex game genre, as well for its creativity and the genuine joy you feel every time you finish a puzzle or find a little turtle along the way. I see myself playing this game every time new levels are added (I’m hoping more golf levels are to come).
So there you have it, a simple yet perfect puzzle game that keeps your brain working. It’s not too hard or too easy and makes you want to keep playing even after you have solved every puzzle in the game. No matter what kind of gamer you are, this game will entertain you, and no matter how long it takes you to complete, it is worth every second.
If you haven’t added this game to your Wishlist, here is a link so you can get it the minute it comes out on March 19th. I hope you have a wonderful day and if you feel stress or need to relax, please go and give Sizeable a try. It’s the perfect game to just chill (plus it has cute little turtles in it if I haven’t mentioned that enough yet). For more updates and reviews on games like Sizeable, make sure to subscribe to our Newsletter and follow us on Twitch and Instagram. Also, keep an eye out for our YouTube channel coming soon. As always, Game On Gamers.