The first question asked of someone entering a new Italian home is “what’s going on?” Since there’s no one in the room to answer that question for them, they’re also the person that has to figure it out. As a result, people generally are very bad at asking the correct questions. For that reason, we’ve been working on a series of puzzuoli about the world we live in.
The main question most puzzuolli ask is “what happens when you die?” The answer is “well, you get to go to heaven, you get to do your homework, and you get to go to hell.” There’s also a question about “which one of you is going to get to do your homework.” That question is answered by the person who has the most knowledge, and the person who knows the least.
The key question is…
The key question is…
That’s an excellent question. In an attempt to make the most out of our puzzuoli, we’ve written a series of articles on the series. You can find the first article here. We’ve also been working on a new game, Pangarotti. It’s a platform puzzler that utilizes a lot of the same mechanics used in the puzzuoli we’ve been working on.
Pangarotti is the latest in a long line of titles from the developer of puzzuoli Italia, which is a brand name that has been synonymous with puzzles since the 80s. It was the inspiration for a series of games called “Pangarotti”, which are puzzles that twist puzzles, rather than the traditional “just add a bunch of stuff here and there and voila”.
Pangarotti is a platform puzzler that utilizes a lot of the same mechanics used in the puzzuoli weve been working on.Pangarotti is the latest in a long line of titles from the developer of puzzuoli Italia, which is a brand name that has been synonymous with puzzles since the 80s.
Pangarotti is one of those games that you need to play through at least once to really appreciate, because it’s not a game to get too hung up on. It’s a fun puzzle game that can be played quickly and just like its predecessors, and it’s still a lot of fun.
The game is also available in English, Italian, and German. And while it’s not an instant classic, it’s certainly worth a look for fans of puzzuoli Italia.