Top 20 Nintendo Switch Puzzle Games | 2021 Best Games On Nintendo Switch!

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Today, I’m taking a look at my favorite Top 20 Nintendo Switch Puzzle games! How many of these do you own and what do you recommend everyone check’s out? Best Puzzle Games On Nintendo Switch! What would be in your top 20 Nintendo Switch Puzzle Games or even, Top 10 Nintendo Switch Puzzle Games?

0:00 Intro
0:26 What Puzzle Means!
0:42 Number 20
1:27 Number 19
2:11 Number 18
2:47 Number 17
3:23 Number 16
3:51 Number 15
4:45 Number 14
5:31 Number 13
6:20 Number 12
7:05 Number 11
7:47 Number 10
8:32 Number 9
9:25 Number 8
10:18 Number 7
11:08 Number 6
11:55 Number 5
12:43 Number 4
13:33 Number 3
14:40 Number 2
15:31 Number 1

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  1. Thanks as always for watching, liking and subscribing! We are quickly approaching 35,000 subscribers which I’m pushing for to close 2021. Below are my reviews from today’s list and any referenced videos!

    Lego Builder's Journey Review: https://youtu.be/ozR4kZb45WY

    The Last Campfire Review: https://youtu.be/aZzL-KZvh6k

    Catherine Full Body Review: https://youtu.be/pg6KKV6r14A

    Grindstone Review: https://youtu.be/0xD4Xsonu30

    Tetris Effect Review: https://youtu.be/N_WetZqxkw4

    The Puzzle Game That Became A Fighting Game – Catherine: https://youtu.be/mJroHmmim08

  2. I'm definitely going to pick up some of these, but I'm very happy you included The Last Campfire. It's like a love letter to kindness, helping other embers make it back to warmth is so cathartic and the puzzles are challenging too. I only wish there had been more puzzles! Also The Talos Principle is THE puzzle game to beat imo, it's very well done and as hard as the puzzles become, they always make you feel smarter for having figured them out.

  3. Unbelievable. I thought when getting to no3 that no1 and 2 were obvious but they weren't on the list at all.

    Brothers Tale of Two Sons

    Rime

    For puzzle experiences, these two games are some of the best I've ever played. In fact they are some of my favourite gaming experiences ever.

    Also missing Valiant Hearts that was a pretty good puzzle game.

    I would also say My Brother Rabbit was an amazing puzzle game but it isn't strictly puzzles. It is a hidden object game that's full of puzzles too.

  4. Talos Principle #19? Understood this is a list for the Switch and that it’s subjective. This is one of the best pc puzzle games of all time ( dlc road to Gehenna might be even better) Creaks is an amazing game on switch which unfortunately was omitted. Also Bonfire Peaks is brilliant

  5. I finally got Catherine Full Body.
    As a puzzel fan, it's great. But maaaan those cut scenes are so long unskippable redundant-anime-esque it's hard to actually sit through the story mode. Like, let's go, next level ladies c'mon.

  6. I'm not sure I'd classify Donut County as a puzzle game. There were a couple of puzzles, but not too many. IT is, however, a favourite of my 4 yr old who plays it over and over and over.

  7. I’ve only played Death Coming on iOS, but I know it’s on Switch and I’ve definitely had a lot of fun with that one! It’s a great puzzle game that looks similar to Good Job! on your list. Thanks for the recommendations! Love the channel!

  8. Yes, Talos Principle. My most coveted trophy on my ps4 is from when I unlocked the solipsist achievement for getting the best ending with no hints. Some of the secrets I couldn't quite piece together still haunt me. What a weird game.

  9. Thanks for another great video! You've consistently put out quality content ever since I started following you, and that was when you were well under 5,000 subscribers! I can't wait to pick up several titles on this list. Have you played Roundguard? It's clearly inspired by Peggle, and Peggle (especially when played with the clickwheel on an iPod classic!) is one of my all-time favorite puzzlers! Roundguard for sure has some faults, but in my opinion it's totally worth playing. Thanks again!

  10. Alex love hearing about which games are in your physical collection. Not sure if you have or have thought about it but would you ever do a segment focusing on your personal physical collection? Rare/grail items, ones w good packaging/extras or even just the ones you've ended up playing the most? Cheers!

  11. Thanks Alex – loads more to add to my wish list! Just playing Ironcast at the moment and really impressed with its puzzle/RPG/rogue-like mechanics. Sadly it looks a bit dull and generic – don’t let that put you off though – it’s really good 🙂

  12. I bought Grindstone after watching your review and it's an amazing game. They have added loads of new things like extra levels and characters for free. I've completed it now but still loads to do and just been updated for Christmas with a new set of levels.

  13. I'd be hard-pressed to choose between Grindstone and Tetris Effect for the number one spot to be honest. I only picked Grindstone up in the black Friday sale and it's great ( i also picked up slay the spire and played that like a week later, but it's taken over currently and is all i play), but yeah, Switch is a great system for puzzle games, and that fact that it is portable helps, slow-paced puzzle games are great for bus/train journeys and the like.

    Edit:
    Also great to see Talos Principle on there, that often gets overlooked as it's a first-person game, but it really is a great puzzler. (i'd highly recommend "The Turing test" also, it's a similar sort of game but set on a supposedly abandoned space station on Europa).

  14. I know that it's not canonically considered a puzzle game, but I think Into the Breach deserves a mention. I've always felt you need to approach it more like a puzzle than a tactical game, but of course this is just my opinion.

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