@Shalandir of course I can talk about Zenge! The reason I didn’t review it is because I need something ‘more’, personally, than liking or disliking a game to review it. And also to feel like I have something to say that, in general, hasn’t been said already.
Here’s my take on Zenge, especially baked for you:
Frustrating, annoying and badly-designed puzzle games are the majority of what you’re going to see on Steam. I believe that producing a game that pleases both hardcore puzzlers and gamers who hardly play them is a very difficult task, simply because you’re either going to bore one group or make the other give up in frustration.
Zenge manages what only good puzzle games can do, it stays interesting, from beginning to end, without being overly frustrating or shallow. No, it’s not the hardest or the longest puzzle game you are going to see floating around (if you want one of those, and cheap, let me know and I’ll recommend you a few), but the art is gorgeous, it’s smart, well designed and, most importantly… fun! I had a great time playing it and, in my humble opinion, Zenge ended at its peak instead of doing like so many others do and dragging on for the sake of showing me new game mechanics.
As someone who enjoys and plays puzzle games all the time, I’d say this is one of the few I’d recommend without really bothering to check the profile of who I’m recommending it to. If the person is wondering if they should get Zenge, I say: do it. You’ll have a good time.
Also, if you like Zenge, in the same vein I’d recommend klocki and Hook.