What are the best puzzle games on PlayStation 4? Which puzzlers should you play on PS4? There are thousands of PS4 games to play, but sometimes you want something to test your brain. That's where puzzle games come in, and there are plenty of great options on PS4. This list consists of our favourite PS4 puzzle titles. If you want to put your grey matter to the test, look no further.
20. ChromaGun (PS4)
The first of several Portal-esque puzzlers on this list, ChromaGun is all about colour. The titular weapon can shoot out red, blue, and yellow paint on certain surfaces, and you need to guide little robots to the exit in order to unlock the next stage. It's a simple premise, but as new elements pour in, things quickly become more complex. Recently updated with PSVR support, this is well worth a look.
19. Kine (PS4)
Here's an oddball puzzle game for you. In Kine, you play as three distinct beings made up of musical instruments, and it's your job to guide them through grid-based levels in order for them to form a band. The cel-shaded visuals and jazzy soundtrack give this game a unique style, and the gameplay, while simple, becomes very challenging pretty quickly.
The Bridge Constructor series is one we never thought would cross over with Valve's Portal, but here we are. The combination is a surprisingly good one, and sees you building structures over large chasms, eventually employing those iconic orange and blue gateways. It becomes a mind-bending, physics-driven puzzler that forces you to get creative with your bridge designs. If you've missed GLaDOS, her hilariously disparaging commentary will definitely put a grin on your face.
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17. GNOG (PS4)
GNOG is a strange but wonderful little puzzler. Each level presents you with a monster's head, and all you have to do is poke around and see what happens. Solving each stage doesn't take a lot of brain power, but all the levels are gorgeously colourful and full of great little interactions. It's a shame it wraps up so quickly, but it's consistently charming throughout. PSVR support means you can get a whole new perspective on it, too.
In a nutshell, Tricky Towers takes Tetris and applies physics to it. There's more to it than that, of course, but you can already imagine the chaos. Building a tower is much harder when you have to factor in weight and balance, but throw in special power-ups and character abilities, and things get crazy very fast. Multiplayer is where it's at, but you can also test your skills in single player too.