Puzzletronics: Digital Infinite
Puzzletronics: Digital Infinite is a logic puzzle game about completing circuit boards.
A free tie-in iOS app with Tim And Eric's Billion Dollar Movie. The game is effectively a Bejewled clone using soundbites and images from the film.
Picross S8 is the eighth mainline entry in Jupiter's series of nonogram puzzle games for Nintendo Switch.
An M.C. Escher-inspired puzzle game where players guide a character by rotating the world to create new paths.
Gum+ is a platformer developed by Elsewhere. The player controls a person made out of gum, who sticks to everything they touch.
A Picross puzzle game distributed over Nintendo's Nintendo Power cart-writing service in eight parts. Each part focused on a different Nintendo property.
A game about controlling the flow of traffic at busy intersections by manually switching traffic lights.
Game no Tetsujin: The Shanghai
A spin-off of the board game collection Game no Tatsujin, featuring three different variations of mahjong solitaire.
Arctic Adventure: Penguin & Seal
Arctic Adventure: Penguin & Seal (or Penguin Hideout on the SuperVision) is a block-sliding puzzle game from Sachen.
Season Match 3: Curse of the Witch Crow
The third in a series of fantasy match games from UrseGames.
Season Match 2
The sequel to Season Match sees players take on the nefarious Prince January, who has usurped the Snow Queen.
Chameleon is a turn based puzzle game that has you matching color tiles and using special moves in order to achieve control over the board.
Shove It! The Warehouse Game
Help Stevedore earn enough money to buy a sports car for his gold-digging girlfriend by moving boxes around a warehouse.
Shanghai: Great Moments
An entry in the Shanghai series of mahjong solitaire games, featuring four game modes and numerous tile themes (some of which are based on real art and pictures, and all of which have elaborate match animations). It also includes actress Rosalind Chao as a virtual guide.
An arcade mahjong solitaire game from the studio behind some of the arcade installments of Shanghai. Rather than stacks of tiles, Soutenryuu has one long tightly-bound linear path of tiles, with tiles only matchable if they're on the same or connecting line.