6. Intelligent Qube (PS1)

This is a pretty unusual puzzle game, but one that deserves to be seen and played by PlayStation fans young and old. It tasks you with removing 3D blocks as they march towards you by placing down markers in strategic spots to clear as many at the same time as you can. Minimalist visuals are paired with an orchestral soundtrack to provide a totally unique vibe, making this one of PlayStation Classic's less obvious inclusions – but one you should definitely play.

7. Jumping Flash! (PS1)

An early PSone game that was a launch title in Europe, Jumping Flash! pioneered 3D platforming in the console space. Playing out from a first-person perspective, you control a mechanical rabbit named Robbit, who much triple-hop his way through increasingly challenging environments. With impressive polygonal graphics and a campaign spanning six unique worlds, the game actually holds the Guinness World Record for being the first ever platformer to be playable in true 3D space.

8. Metal Gear Solid (PS1)

A true PlayStation classic, Metal Gear Solid is one of the best games on the system, so it's no surprise to see it on Sony's miniature PSone console. Masterfully designed by Hideo Kojima, this legendary title boasts impressive graphics, a story full of twists and turns, and boss encounters that genuinely break boundaries. Solid Snake's first foray onto PlayStation is gaming royalty, and a must play for fans of stealth, action, and hiding in cardboard boxes.

9. Mr. Driller (PS1)

As with all great puzzle games, Mr. Driller has a simple central idea that becomes extremely addictive as you push for bigger and better scores. All you're doing here is guiding the titular hero down as he drills into the Earth, clearing coloured blocks and collecting air tanks along the way, but the colourful visuals and catchy music make it a pleasant journey. Throw in a few different modes, and you have yourself a surprisingly brilliant puzzler you may sink into for hours.

10. Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee (PS1)

Abe may not be as well known as Crash or Spyro, but he remains a favourite among PlayStation fans for his unusual, darkly funny adventures. Abe's Oddysee is the very first, in which our hero escapes from his oppressive employer and attempts to rescue his fellow Mudokons. As we know from the New 'n' Tasty remaster, it remains a charming puzzle platformer set in a truly unique world, and it's one fans will enjoy revisiting on PlayStation Classic.