I got a free copy in the giveaway last month so thought I'd share my thoughts on this game.
Enigmo is a unique puzzler. You need to deflect drops of water in order to activate switches and reach a container placed in the level. The controls seem well laid out, though some of the finepoints are only revealed upon trial and error. Attempting to line up longer shots was very difficult until I discovered that you could decrease the sensitivity when rotating a piece using square/triangle.
The graphics are nice, and even though the levels are bare you do not notice as you have to think very carefully how to place your pieces.
You are given a limited supply of bumpers and other specialized materials to deflect the drops, and rarely do you have any extra parts. These different items should have been introduced each time you are first allowed to use them. The only way to discover an objects use was trial and error, which although not frustrating was a little disappointing. Again, short tutorials or descriptions would have been appreciated.
The game itself plays well with only a few minor hiccups. Occassionally the game shifts pieces that are off screen. This sometimes requires you to manually adjust pieces that you have already placed, but is rarely so severe as to warrant a restart. Sometimes the angles the drops bounce at seem inconsistent, and the drops appear to only be able to travel a certain time/distance.
There is a score system which depletes over time. If your score reaches zero there is no penalty and you can continue to adjust your pieces. While being able to solve all puzzles is nice, a little bit of pressure from this time limit would have made the game much more interesting.
The menus are a little too simple, and lacking some options. I free look mode would have been nice since some puzzles were extremely challenging and I found myself wanting to see the solution in action. Return to level select is missing, meaning you must wait for the next level to load (and show you all emitters, triggers, and goals) before you can return to main menu/level select. A replay level would also have been nice in order to attempt a high score. High scores are visible from the level select only.
In all the game is a very enjoyable and unique puzzle entry. Anyone liking games requiring though should consider this a must buy.
7/10 - BUT must play for puzzle/logic fans