In certain areas of the world, December is not just about the holidays but about the change in weather with its plummeting temperatures and snow. On occasions such as this, having a fun and easy game to pass the time is always welcome. One such game that came across my inbox is SnowLogic, an interesting game that is a cross between Plants and Zombies and Pudding Monsters.

In this action puzzle game, your goal is to protect your igloos from a mob of freezing penguins that wish to invade them. Your arsenal is comprised of only snowball throwing snowmen and a big of logic. You have to chase them away before they reach them by manipulating the snowmen on the board all while avoiding the deadly obstacles and making sure you stay on the board. Did I not mention that the snowmen have a habit of sliding away on the ice?

To ensure your snowman does not veer in directions unknown you have to be mindful of the objects on the board to keep him in place that includes ice blocks and fiery teleports. In this regard, you can move one snowman around the board to stave off a barrage of penguins (at least in the beginning levels) as well as move several snowmen and ice blocks on the table to accomplish your goal. Players have their choice of regular gameplay or a mini game where the penguins come in endless waves.

Features

  • Unique game play
  • 100+ levels
  • An extra mini game
  • English and German language
  • No advertisement
  • No IAP

SnowLogic is available for all BlackBerry 10 devices for $0.99. However, the developer has agreed to offer a special promotion whereby our readers can download one of the 1,000 copies for free! The code and instructions to follow are below. We all know how they vanish in a flash.

  • Launch BlackBerry World
  • Swipe down from the top and tap Redeem
  • Enter promo code: SNOWBERRY14
  • Tap on the green FREE button to download

If you're looking for some quick fun then, this family friendly game will certainly keep you occupied. It offers cute graphics, smooth gameplay, and keeps you on your toes when trying to formulate a penguin assault strategy.

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