FUN FACT: Henry Hatsworth, originally the title of the game, was supposed to be released on the Game Boy Advance, until the Nintendo DS presented a better way to integrate the dual genres within the game. Developers had to redo some of their work to fit the new console.
30. Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure (DS, 2009)
Who's up for some "two games, one cartridge" action? Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure is a Frankenstein mash-up: part platformer, part puzzle game. And it actually works. The top DS screen is the platform part of the game, where Henry Hatworth attempts to find the lost pieces of the Gentleman's Suit; enemies defeated during combat are sent to the bottom screen (the touch screen) where you must match similarly-colored blocks to clear them, a la Tetris. It's fun, addictive, and you get to pretend to be a dapper Brit for a jolly good time. Wot wot!