By State of Play Games
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A beautiful and relaxing paper puzzle game.
**Best of 2013** Mac App Store
**Editor's Choice** Mac App Store
**Nominated** SXSW 2014 Gamer's Voice Awards
# 1 Best New Game, Mac App Store
# 1 iOS Puzzle Game in 12 countries, now arrives on Mac in beautiful Retina resolution!
KAMI is deceptively simple: fold out coloured paper to fill the screen in as few moves as possible.
"Beautiful aesthetics, soothing sounds and deceptively challenging puzzles" - Macworld
"KAMI feels fresh and unique. This is a game that gives you space to breathe, never harrying with time limits or catastrophes" - PocketGamer
"Highly polished... a unique art style that isn’t just for show, but actually enhances the gameplay" - Apple'N'Apps
"Gloriously well-made...Stylishly challenging" - 148 Apps
"Elevated by its top-notch production values and visual splendour" - AppSpy
Relaxing and easy to pick up, you'll soon find yourself deep in contemplation to perfect each puzzle.
Created by State of Play, famous for their handcrafted aesthetic, KAMI has been created with real paper in an elegant Japanese theme.
KAMI is tactile, engaging and stunning to look at.
► 36 unique puzzles + updates with more!
► Beautiful handcrafted Japanese look, created using real paper
► Calming and elegant soundtrack
► Created by State of Play, creators of the award-winning papercraft game 'Lume'
What's New in Version 2.0.1
New with 2.0 - 36 brand new free levels!
New with 2.0.1 - Fixed bug copying progress from older versions.
Nice Relaxing Mindsoothing (I know it’s not a word:-) Game
Curious, I was pondering if this game is in some way linked to I.Q. testing. I completed the game in one sitting which amounted to under an hour. My I.Q. test results were within the populations one percentile with a score of 148. Just using this stat for a person to person comparative purpose.
As far as the game is concerned, the graphics are decent on my late 2014 Macbook Pro Retina 2.8GHz Processor w/16GB of RAM, 512GB SSD, and Dual Graphics Cards (Iris Pro & NVIDIA GT 750M). This game does not push system resources as others have stated. The fans never engage while running the program. It is however, soothing as others have posted. Would love to have more levels or have more difficult levels. Definitely a 5 Star game. I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in a tranquilizing serene expereince.
Five Stars But…
…really a four and a half. There are just a few annoying things such as not being able to just redo the last move; and the hint system could be a little more forgiving (a young child mode—??). Overall, though a very relaxing and yet challenging game that is well priced. There is a lot to keep you going for a long while, i.e., you’ll get your monies worth. And the music is pretty decent.
Great to exercise your brains, not your hands! Hints are weird...
The game makes your brain work and not your hands something I’ve been missing recently.
I love the neat appearance and sound effects.
I must confess there was one or two I could not solve by myself and needed a hint. Problem: you get the first hint and then you have to start over to get the second. Weird, but works