Okay, so you’ve got the bottom half of a yellow-and-black Kokoa-Pa poison frog, but to complete the puzzle you need the top half of an ebony erotylid. The ability to call up a hint (that metallic woodborer doesn’t go in the corner, after all) is one of the many advantages the animated puzzle game Triazzle has over the board version. Despite 15 levels of play, from moderately difficult to nearly impossible, and such nice touches as the occasional animated rain shower, there’s nothing flashy here. But the simple, effective layout should keep Peruvian frog lovers happily occupied. B+
Posted June 16 1995 — 12:00 AM EDT
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