By Eric Pankoke
I’ve never really understood the appeal of the sliding puzzle games. Aside from the picture on the front of the tiles, once you’ve played one they all seem the same. Fortunately, given the right developer even this type of game can rise from the mundane to become something interesting. Enter Bugsy, the sliding tile game with a purpose. Instead of a picture the tiles are composed of tracks, and you must guide a friendly little lady bug so that it can cause all the buds along the edges of the board to bloom into flowers. It still suffers from a couple of the issues that always made this type of game frustrating, but in the end there are enough interesting aspects to Bugsy to make it worth delving into the genre at least for this game.