Finding a good puzzle game that can be played by the family without giving some players a district advantage is downright difficult. Often, puzzles require levels of mental capacity and ability that little geeks do not yet have. This makes puzzle games seem fairly one-sided and altogether impossible to play with a family. So how does one level the playing field, so to speak, and still give the players a puzzle to solve? The answer is very simple and terribly random.
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