Zenge is a peculiar puzzle game, telling the story of Eon - a lonely journeyman who's stuck between the worlds and time.
Game is intended to be a relaxing experience, thus there are no points, stars, tutorials, move counters, in game shops or any other distractors. Just pure, immersive journey with Eon, told through gorgeous art and music.
Made by Michal "Hamster" Pawlowski and Konrad Januszewski (he drew it!).
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Ratings and Reviews
Zenge is Fab!
I thoroughly enjoyed these puzzles. They ranged from easy to moderately difficult with a couple that required some focused creative thinking. Of course the challenge for others will depend on one's skill with spatial visualization, because that's what Zenge is about: moving puzzle pieces around in order to have them all fit together. But this is not a jigsaw puzzle! Zenge has multiple challenging tricks for the player. Some pieces must be flipped, rotated, shrunk, enlarged, and moved on a track that also sometimes must be manipulated with various styles of switches and holes. When all is done properly the reward is a a completed painting in sci-fi, new age style. The art style is not my taste, but it was not unpleasant or distracting. The music is also new age: soft and relaxing. There is a story to interpret, but I was more interested in the puzzles than the story or art. I love to play puzzle games on my iPad and I think Zenge is one of the best and most creative in this genre that has come out for some time. Five stars!
Beautiful And Engaging Game
Zenge is a truly gorgeous game. The background music loop is quite pretty, the art for the completed puzzles is lovely, and the puzzles themselves are so fun. The interface is extremely simple. In some puzzles, figuring out how a new move works is the main problem to solve, but that in itself is fun.
I do have one wish: I wish for an Undo or Start Over button. There are times I screw up on a puzzle enough that I have to go back a few steps, but the only way I have found is to leave the puzzle menu entirely and then navigate back to the puzzle, effectively restarting it.
Beyond that, this game is, in my opinion, flawless, and the perfect "casual" game. I solve one or two puzzles at a time when I need something that is both relaxing and challenging, and can set it down to do something else without losing progress or forgetting where I was in the game.
I saw that this game was free for today and I'd figure that I'd give it a try. After the first few levels I quickly became addicted and fell in love with the game, it was quite challenging at parts and one level even had me stumped for a good 15 minutes. I adore the fact that this game has little pictures after each level that write out a story without words for you to interpret. I beat the game within an hour or two but it was a really neat little game and I hope that they'll add new and more challenging levels soon, this game is well worth the price they ask if you're reading this and didn't have the chance to get it while it was free. My praises to the creators.
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