Piczle Cells is coming to Switch, courtesy of Score Studios and Rainy Frog, on June 10. This announcement stems from a trailer that Rainy Frog just posted on their YouTube channel. Give it a watch below.
The game is, as far as I can tell, a puzzle title that challenges players to correctly combine color-coded, living piles of goop in as few moves as possible. It’s a pretty straightforward premise, but just by looking through the trailer, you can see that some of the later levels in Piczle Cells will put your brain to the test.
Presented as the first of a series of quality, budget-priced holdovers while Score Studios works on the next edition of its popular nonagram puzzlers, Piczle Cells promises 100 levels for a generous asking price of $4.99. It looks like a cheap, satisfying way to get your puzzle fix for a few afternoons.
Are you interested in picking up Piczle Cells? What did you think of the trailer? I’m definitely giving this one another look. $5 for a colorful, 100-level puzzle experience seems like a good deal in my book, but I’d like to hear a little bit more about how well the puzzles are designed, and just how long those 100 levels last. What do you think? Let us know in the comment section below.