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Jan 1, 2014 | 7:10 AM EST

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A tile sliding 9 puzzle game featuring 9 unique levels. The correct pattern itself is a puzzle, with hints to help you (which itself seems puzzle like for some).

New update includes an Easy mode (super easy) for those who get irritated quickly playing tile moving games.

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zorthargzortharg

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars January 3, 2014

It relies too much on information I don't necessarily have any source of. The windows media player thing was where it started getting bad, ugh! HOW was I supposed to know you wanted play pause stop on the second line and rewind fast forward on the bottom? You know what I see when I put up windows media player? I see stop, rewind, play, fast forward, all on one line. And the play button turns into a pause button and back again depending on whether it's paused or running. It would be unreasonable even if you listed the version number you used because what am I supposed to do, install that version to see what it looks like for this game? But I stumbled onto the one you wanted, made quick work of the next 2, and I'm quitting on the one with a 1, 2 2's, a 3 and 3 diamonds. It's vague and I'm not going to try every permutation.

Here's an idea. How about interesting reality warping art instead? Like MC Escher, Margritte, and Salvador Dali. Like maybe Escher's one with the fish turning into birds.

You know this puzzle was actually the big thing at the end of the 19th century (traditionally with just numbers 1-8 or 1-15 or 1-24) in much the way that the rubik's cube came around in 1980. But if you don't even know what numbers are on the squares, you have no way to solve the puzzle, you see. That's what this is like. It's like that puzzle but with the numbers written on in invisible ink.


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monsterkillu responds:

I assume that you haven't clicked on the Hint Button on the Middle Bottom of the screen. The source of the key to the patterns is the Hint Button. For Eg: the hint for media player is " A minimal windows media player , Features: Window, Play, Pause, Stop & Seek. ". See the order is given explicitly (with some implicit stuffs too).

Sorry if the game frustrated you too much. Perhaps, you could tell me one thing that might be helpful for me in my future games. Why haven't you clicked on (?) hint button ?. Or if you have what made you ignore/misunderstand it ? Reply is not mandatory, but would be appreciated greatly...:)


LADeluxeLADeluxe

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 1, 2014

Yeah, this is a nice puzzler. graphics are smooth and responsive. The puzzles are different and innovative.
I like the tile design. It reminds me of Windows Mobile.


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monsterkillu responds:

Thanks for your feedback ... :)


radimusprime50radimusprime50

Rated 3 / 5 stars January 1, 2014

Fixing little flaws would make the game a lot more playable. Have the hints present when you start the level instead of having them appear when you hit a button and leave them up all the time. I hated having to keep hitting the button to re-check the hint every time i moved a few tiles. more/better music options would be good too. I like the idea though and it definitely has potential.


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monsterkillu responds:

Wow. That was a cool suggestion, having the hint appear at start of the level. But i thought it might be a spoiler for those who would liked to find the pattern without the help of hints. Will keep that in mind for sure. :)


dylansmash213dylansmash213

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 1, 2014

I THINK THIS GAME IS VERY SMART AND MAKES YOU THINK REALLY HARD,BUT THE ANSWEARS ARE THERE ALL THE TIME RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOU STARING AND MOCKING YOU. A REALLY FUN SHORT GAME HOPE TO SEE MORE. and the setting for it are just genius.


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