With so many reasonably good puzzle titles on the Switch, and with many of them being budget-friendly to boot, it can take some effort to make a splash in the space. With copious amounts of cuteness, charm, simplicity, and variety I have to admit that inbento still managed to make a jaded reviewer smile. Though it has over 100 puzzles if you’re a puzzle vet you’ll still likely work your way through them with some speed, even if to its credit it continues to layer on new elements of complexity to help slow you down the further you get. While perhaps the nature of the puzzles, needing to layer or manipulate pieces in a certain order or way to match your target bento box design, can feel familiar I credit a low asking price and effective presentation with still making it a title worth picking up for either fans of puzzle or just casual games in general.
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