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PQ: Practical Intelligence Quotient Latest News - PSP

Game Description:How smart are you? Why don't you find out! PQ: Practical Intelligence Quotient is an addictive simple-looking but actually complex puzzle game. Using just the D-Pad and the Circle button, you'll interact with blocks and avoid obstacles to solve puzzles. However, everything is timed, and the amount of moves you require to solve the level are counted against your score. Solve it quickly in as few moves as possible and upload your score to show the world how bright you are.
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PQ: Practical Intelligence Quotient News

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  • D3 Publisher PSP Titles To PSN

    D3 Publisher's delivering some PSP title via the Playstation Network this September, including WTF--yes Work Time Fun. Expect these titles to hit your PSN: Cube ($9.99) Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords ($14.99) WTF: work time fun ($9.99) PQ: Practical Intelligence Quotient ($9.99) PQ2: Practical Intelligence...

    Posted September 9, 2008| 1 Comment

    D3 Publisher PSP Titles To PSN

 


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