The 10 best puzzle games on Nintendo Switch

With the essential feature of handheld gameplay, the Nintendo Switch is a fitting platform to casually play puzzle games on. And the Switch has plenty to offer across a number of different puzzle subgenres, from falling block puzzle games, mysteries to solve, cooperative problem solving, and other general brainteasers. There are some obvious Nintendo-published standouts in the larger genre, including Snipperclips and Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, but there are plenty of third-party gems to explore as well. These are 10 of just some of the best puzzle games for Nintendo Switch, in alphabetical order.

How to Catch a Shark in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

While it may not be advisable to attempt this in real life, players of Animal Crossing: New Horizons have the ability to fish for a shark. You can donate a shark to the museum, sell one for Bells, or display it somewhere on your island. There are a number of different sharks in the game, and you'll have to be attentive to catch any of them. How to Fish for a Shark For the most part, catching a shark should be quite similar to catching traditional fish. However, sharks will be more elusive and

How to use Royce's terminal to fry the core in Chongqing — Hitman 3 Console Cowboy achievement

One of the centerpieces of the Chongqing level in Hitman 3 is a massive data core, which contains sensitive and essential information on ICA. One of your three objectives is to hack into this core, which can only be done after ridding of your targets Hush and Imogen Royce. Royce will be making the rounds in this ICA facility, often walking into the core chamber, and you can take advantage of this and kill her with the core maintenance protocols for the Console Cowboy achievement or trophy.

How to complete the Impulse Control Chongqing Mission Story in Hitman 3

If having the mononym “Hush” wasn’t enough to convince you to murder this Hitman 3 target in Chongqing, perhaps his human rights-violating hobbies will do so. This cyberterrorist is in league with the ICA, and as he develops what is essentially mind control, he is utilizing homeless people as human test subjects. Through the Impulse Control Mission Story, you as Agent 47 can put an end to this operation in a poetic fashion.

How to find the safe combo for the Dartmoor case file in Hitman 3

The Dartmoor level in Hitman 3 will task you with offing the nefarious Alexa Carlisle, but you’ll also have to find an all-important case file. Doing so will help to bring you closer to Arthur Edwards AKA the Constant, who you’ll know as the main villain of this game. This case file is in Carlisle’s office on the top floor, but it’ll be locked in a safe. Luckily, opening it won’t be that difficult.

The X-Men Movies in Viewing and Chronological Order

The X-Men films from 20th Century Fox (now 20th Century Studios under Disney) were a trailblazer for superhero films. However, with so many changing hands and visions in the course of two decades, the viewing order for the series and the larger X-Men timeline as a whole is a bit muddy. Still, after Disney's acquisition of Fox, streaming the X-Men films is becoming a much easier task, as the titles are slowly migrating to Disney+. Otherwise, you are able to rent all of these movies on digital storefronts such as iTunes, Amazon Video, or Vudu.

Where to find all Arcade Machines in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

Recent Call of Duty entries have included classic Activision arcade games as little bonuses, and Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War takes this one step further. Throughout the single-player campaign missions, you’ll find arcade cabinets as easter eggs. You can play these games during the missions if you don’t feel a sense of urgency for whatever reason, or you can play them back in your base of operations. Finding and unlocking all 10 of these arcade games will unlock one of the six campaign Dark Ops Challenges. Below are each of the 10 games and the missions they’re attached to, in order in which you find them.

All Dark Ops Challenges in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

The past couple of Black Ops games have contained some mysterious Dark Ops Challenges, and Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War continues that trend. The objectives and stipulations for these challenges are unclear until you actually complete them, which is in line with the cryptic nature of the game’s themes. Still, it doesn’t hurt to look for help when you have no idea what you’re looking for. While these challenges do not contribute towards your completion percentage for challenges, they do unlock unique Callsigns and give you a significant amount of XP.

All endings in the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War campaign

Your player character of Bell learns a deeply seeded secret at the end of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. It turns out that your past memories of exploits and Vietnam War flashbacks with Adler and company were fabricated, and you are actually a brainwashed former crony of Perseus. In the campaign mission Identity Crisis, Bell is aware of the location of Perseus as a result of the mind trip you went through in Break on Through. How you use this information will determine which of two possible final missions you embark on.

How to get the Scorched Earth II achievement in The Final Countdown – Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

If you thought the first Scorched Earth achievement in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War was tough, then we regret to inform you that there is a sequel. The Final Countdown, the last campaign mission, begins with you and the entire squad storming a monastery to finally confront Perseus. You’ll encounter some opposition on the way, and the Scorched Earth II achievement requires you to blow up all trucks and guard towers with a grenade launcher before arriving at the monastery. This sequence is the opening of this final mission.

How to get the Mind Trip achievement in Break on Through with all memory endings and paths – Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

The story mission entitled Break on Through is a turning point in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, as the true natures of Adler and your player character of Bell are finally unraveled. The achievement or trophy called Mind Trip is attached to this mission, and while it may not be particularly difficult to achieve, it will take a while. In order to get all “seven memory endings” and “play through all four path ends,” you will have to do at least two runs of this mission. A single run should tak
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