Play Slitherlink on your iPhone or iPad. 4 different grids / 4 difficulty levels / heaps of different sizes.
Features bookmarks, colored lines and instant error indication.
Slitherlink is a logic puzzle invented by the creators of Sudoku.
The goal of Slitherlink is to draw a single loop on a grid that does not branch or cross itself.
Draw the loop by setting lines on the grid.
Some cells in the grid have numbers inside.
The number indicates how many of its sides are segments of the loop.
4 grid shapes (square, hexagon, triangle, rectangle);
4 difficulty levels (easy – very hard);
heaps of different grid sizes;
unlimited number of puzzles.
TOOLS FOR EASY SOLVING
unlimited undo and redo;
instant error indication;
zoom and pan.
Slitherlink Pro is suitable for everyone.
There are small and easy grids for beginners and kids, huge one for experts and lots of sizes, grids and difficulty levels in between.
Get Slitherlink now and start squeezing your brain – it’s addictive.
Slitherlink is also known as Fences, Takegaki, Loop the Loop, Loopy, Ouroboros, Suriza and Dotty Dilemma. The rules can also be found on our website http://www.slitherlinkpro.com.
More Information about Slitherlink is available on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slitherlink.
bug fix for some puzzles
Ratings and Reviews
Fun variety, but lacks functions
I'm pretty new to this kind of game and I enjoy it, but it means I make a lot of mistakes. He inability to undo or delete puzzles you've generated is kind of annoying.
It works well and hasn't crashed in my yet (though I'm playing smaller puzzles) and am enjoying the different styles of games that are available (triangle, square, or hex).
My only complaint is having to press undo 300 times to start over again is annoying.
Decent Slitherlink game
I like that it has a few grid options other than the standard square. I hate that as soon as you complete a puzzle it disappears so you can’t admire your completed puzzle. :(
Slitherlink almost awesome
I ran across Slitherlink in book form 5 -10 years ago and loved it. Then I could never find another book of puzzles at the bookstore. Wah! I couldn't download this app fast enough when I found it. Yea! Seems to have endless iterations of puzzles at each level of matrix. So far the app has run with no problems on my iPad running ios9 (just a reference to the 2 existing commenters who reported crashes).
Update: app works fine for a while, then for no discernible reason won't launch and must be deleted and reloaded. It wouldn't be too bad, except that it you have to rework the same puzzles, doesn't seem to have any way to tell it to skip up to where you were before it crashed.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.