ZHED is a puzzle game that originally debuted on iOS and Android with pretty high ratings. Developed by Ground Control Games, ZHED is a mechanically simple puzzle game that is anything but simple. There are no timers, no clocks, no stars and no tricks, just pure puzzles for you to enjoy.
The goal of ZHED is to try and get one of the numbered squares into the goal square. Each numbered square can only move that amount of spaces so you must see how all these numbered squares interact with each other when they intersect. What I mean by that is that each numbered square you see can move that amount of empty spaces so the way they intersect becomes very important.
This might sound like a really simple concept, but trust me, the game is not as simple as it sounds. The difficulty ramps up pretty quickly and by the time you hit the levels in the teens and twenties, you’ll be left scratching your head with what to do. It’s very challenging, but when you do figure out a puzzle, it is very satisfying.
ZHED will be one of the more graphically simple games you’ll see on the Nintendo Switch. In fact, there really isn’t anything graphically impressive to look at. It’s a simple styled game where the focus is placed on the puzzles and not on the way it looks. It keeps a lot of unnecessary distractions away, allowing you to concentrate more.
ZHED features 100 levels with the promise of more level packs to come. If you’re a fan of puzzle games and want something chill and challenging to play, I do recommend ZHED. It’s also fairly inexpensive too at just $3.25. This is a pure thinking game, plain and simple and makes for a nice change of pace if you want something that allows you to work your brain out a bit.
Received game from developer and/or publisher for coverage purposes.
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