7 Games Like Who Stole Me? for Nintendo 3DS

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SubaraCity, Brutus & Futee, and My Om Nom are our top selection to play today.

The latest addition in this selection are SubaraCity released the 30 March 2017 and ranked #1, Quell Reflect released the 14 May 2015 and ranked #7, Brutus & Futee released the 16 April 2015 and ranked #2.

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This suggestion collection includes puzzle games. The order in this selection is not absolute, but the best games tends to be up in the list.

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Someone stole me and my friends and put us in bubbles! Match colors and set us free in this addictive physics puzzler. Easy to learn, hard to master Colourful, vivid graphics Super smooth physics Powerful combos, combine them for extra effect Compete against your Facebook friends, with leaderboards on every level Seamless synchronization with Facebook

1# SubaraCity - 2015

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City Making Puzzle Game When you touch the connected block, the block will collect in one place. And the collected block will become more bigger buildings.

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3# My Om Nom - 2014

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Om Nom, the star of the blockbuster Cut the Rope game series, needs a new home. Take good care of the adorable monster from the famous Cut the Rope puzzle. Complete quests from the Professor to learn about the mysterious origins of Om Nom.

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4# Christmas Wonderland 4 - 2015

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It's Bill and Mary's best Christmas ever in Christmas Wonderland 4! Be part of the famous town parade and visit Santa's amazing North Pole workshops. This game is crammed full of gorgeous graphics, hidden surprises, fun puzzles and engrossing mini-games that the whole family can enjoy time and time again. Enjoy!

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5# Word Search by POWGI - 2015

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Connect extra controllers to solve the puzzle as a team or compete for the best score. Remote Play requires PS Vita system and sufficiently robust Wi-Fi connection. Online features require an account and are subject to terms of service and applicable privacy policy (playstationnetwork.com/terms-of-service & playstationnetwork.com/privacy-policy).

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6# Color Zen Kids - 2013

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With simpler puzzles, larger shapes, and a kid-friendly animal theme, it's a great way to teach problem solving with a game they won't want to put down. Now everyone in the family can find their way, with Color Zen Kids! The fun of Color Zen, with easier puzzles and fun animal shapes 100 levels to solve, with hours of replay value Original soundtrack by Steve Woodzell

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