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Dynetzzle is an original mind bending puzzle game. Players have to imagine the dice from the given nets to solve.
Please read instructions in game.
"EVERYONE! THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR PLAYING THE GAME AND YOUR VALUABLE FEEDBACK."
I think this is a fun game as well as a good way to test someone's spatial awareness. This game lacks, however, levels and difficulty as I found this game way too easy.
Loved it! The only problem I have is NOT ENOUGH LEVELS!!!!!! lol. the game is a very nice twist on a classic puzzle. The game definitely engaged my brain, the difficulty increased at a perfect pace, the puzzles did get quite tricky but never infuriatingly so. The gameplay is smooth and the controls are simple and non-glitchy. The music is perfect, unintrusive, neither too fast and hard nor too soft and soothing, I found my head bobbing along with it. Visually, it is simple and appealing. Keep up the good work. [ And here's me, banging my fists on the desktop, rhythmically chanting "MORE GAMES, MORE GAMES, MORE GAMES!"lol. Now, who's going to take up the chant with me?]
This feels like something you'd find on Luminosity, only better quality haha. Loving it! Thanks for the mental exercise - I could use some.
I first noticed this game (in a new extended form) via the Humble Bundle Store, then researched to find the original game here.
Overall, this is pretty much one of many variants of the Sudoku puzzle, where one of its rules is to fill in each "region" (in this case, net) with one of each of the numbers 1 through 6. The second rule makes it cool by using the property of the D6 die, where every pair of opposite sides totals 7. Plus the use of intersecting nets (i.e. faces shared between two or more nets) can make way towards bigger and challenging puzzles, even though limited to the 11 nets of a cube.
Other than being short, the only minor negative point is the very similar colors used to denote which faces belong to which net. Notably the peach/orange west and red/green north colors in the 9th level. Again: a minor detail, as I'm also colorblind.
With the extended version only $1, I'm definitely leaning towards purchasing. Great puzzler!
Great game, interesting and fun, the music is good too. I think it was the right length, since you can't really make it any harder.
There is no game. Trust me. DO NOT PLAY!
A bonus episode of an anime-inspired series about an otaku turned dooms day survivor!
Time to find this Wizard of OZ.
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