New puzzler from the creators of "Klocki", "Zenge", "Hook" and "Art of Gravity".
Like our previous games, its intended to be a relaxing experience, thus there are no points, stars, tutorials, move counters.
Your goal is to push all the buttons.
How do you do it? Well, thats the puzzle...
Ratings and Reviews
Intuitive but still challenging
This is one of those games that once you start you can’t put down. It’s so easy to get into and since the controls are as simple as pushing a button (pun definitely intended) the only thing that can slow you down is your own mind. When new buttons show up you have to learn how they work by yourself, they aren’t too challenging to figure out though.
This game feels a little short, but I credit that feeling to me rushing through every level like a madman. This game is one of those games you wish had infinite levels, and then when the you beat the last level it’s almost a shot in the heart, but every level was beautifully crafted and the aesthetics are spot on, simple, and clean.
Keep up the good work and I definitely recommend getting this game if you enjoy puzzle games.
8/10 would recommend!
I very much enjoyed the entirety of this game. Although it is a short game it’s very fulfilling. Level design is well made. The early levels are slower but intuitive and help you get in the mindset of this is how you push a button. The middle/later parts of the game require much more brain power and will really test your ability to grasp new concepts.
I didn’t give it 5stars due to it being short ~65 levels with low self replay ability and an age recommendation that’s way way to low definitely not for a 4 year old. A great and inexpensive game I would encourage any real puzzle fan to play this one through!
I personally enjoyed going in with no directions and learning the rules as the puzzles went along. There is an element of logic in each of the levels, and none felt random. When new concepts are introduced, the level is simplified. Only in subsequent levels after the concept is introduced does the puzzle increase in difficulty when combining the new rule with previous rules. Having played several puzzles in a similar genre as this one, I am pleased that this is the first one that introduces a challenge without being unreasonable!
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