If you are a horror fan, then you are probably no stranger with Friday the 13th. Even if you are not, you still probably know Jason Voorhees. After all, he is one of the most iconic antagonists in the horror genre. Now, with Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle, this ruthless killer in a hockey mask is back, and just in time for Halloween too.

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Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle is a puzzle game from developer Blue Wizard Digital. It lets players control the infamous Jason, who is out to hunt down his victims. The game has more than a hundred levels, featuring many iconic locations from the film series, from the Crystal Lake Camp to the prisons of Supermax. Furthermore, you get to play as different versions of Jason at different points in the timeline.

With Killer Puzzle being a puzzle game, your task is to, of course, solve riddles. The goal is to control Jason and lead him to his target. However, he can only move in a straight line and cannot stop until he bumps into an obstacle. So, in order to achieve the goal, you must carefully analyze the environment and move Jason accordingly so that he eventually runs into his target. Success, and you will be rewarded with the twisted satisfaction of watching Jason dismember his victims.

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Guide Jason to his targets and watch him murder them

Each successful kill grants Jason experience, leveling him up. The higher level you get, the more weapons you can unlock. Of course, the machete, Jason’s trademark killing tool, is there, as well as some silly weapons such as food. Yes, you can use food to kill people in Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle.

Naturally, as you progress further into the game, the riddles will get more complicated. The targets will start trying to run away from you, there will be holes and other environmental hazards that can harm both you and your targets, and more. Still, this is mostly a game for entertainment and not really a difficult one. Each level rarely lasts more than a couple of minutes. Overall, the game gives you just enough challenge to keep it interesting without getting frustrating. If you ever get stuck, you can ask the game for hints, or rewind a couple of moves and start over again.

Dismembering you victims sounds gruesome, but in reality, it actually isn’t, thanks to the chibi-style graphics of the game. There is also a PG-13 option that censors most of the blood and gore.

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The chibi graphics make it more funny than gruesome

Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle is currently available on Google Play and App Store.