Initial impressions are promising. Pazuru (for all you budding linguists) means ‘Puzzle’ in Japanese, but that’s not really doing the game justice. Pazuru 3DS isn’t just a simple puzzle solving game, there’s also a requirement for the player to possess a decent amount of hand-eye coordination along with the grey matter in order to complete all the levels. Pazuru’s premise is simple – each of the 75 levels is contained within a single screen and consists of a different shape filled with obstacles to navigate and gold stars to collect. A push of the ‘A’ button releases a black bouncing ball into the level. The task at hand is to guide the ball around each level while picking up all the stars (by rolling into them).