Professor Fizzwizzle is a platform based mind-expanding puzzle game.
Specifically, Professor Fizzwizzle is a fun, mind-expanding puzzle game, where you take control of the diminutive genius, Professor Fizzwizzle. You must help the professor use his brains and his gadgets to solve each exciting level.
Do you have what it takes to get past the Rage-Bots and bring the professor back to his lab?
- Over 230 levels:
- Regular levels to learn the ropes.
- Advanced levels for seasoned puzzle veterans.
- Kids and Alphabets levels for early learners.
- Easy to learn and control.
- Zero-frustration gameplay:
- No time limits.
- Automatic game saves.
- Show the solution.
- Full featured level editor.
Developer: Grubby Games
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