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Puzzles - Sliding

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Mar 21, 2014 | 10:33 AM EDT

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Shuffl is a classic tile-sliding puzzle game, but in this version, you can upload your own photos! Bring all the tiles back into the original position. Sounds simple, but is really hard. Choose to solve puzzles of either provided images or your own photos. Earn stars to unlock new levels!

Click or tap to begin play. Memorize the original order of tiles then click the shuffle icon to mix-up the tiles. Drag or swipe tiles to move them back to their original place. Below the puzzle is a tally counting your moves. Use fewer moves to earn stars and unlock harder levels. Click or tap the arrow in the upper left corner to return to the main menu. Click or tap the camera icon to upload your own photo.



Rated 2 / 5 stars

YET ANOTHER sliding puzzle WITH a STUPID MISTAKE... you MAY NOT randomize "tile" placement- you HAVE to make an actual SHUFFLE to start a puzzle, OTHERWISE you are ending up with 50% of them UNSOLVABLE!! i had to try first level four times to get the solvable one!

i've seen this many many many times, that leaves me wondering, why developers are too lazy to do a simple research on this, before making practically broken app... even more, why they publish it without trying that game for at least 10 times... 10 times is kinda enough to notice, that there is something wrong with their app, because it is almost impossible to get 10 solvable puzzles out of 10 tries(fair 10 coin toss of getting all "heads" is less than 1%= almost impossible)...

if you don't want to make the shuffle, some developers suggested to take "n" amount of "tile maps", that are actually solvable and randomize between them.

-3 stars for partially broken app :(

TreSensa responds:

Thanks for the review, manopas. We appreciate all feedback.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not bad. I simple and classic game with a fairly good difficulty curve. My only suggestions are to not drop the player into the game so fast, it is kind of disorienting to just click and suddenly you're playing the game, but other than that the instructions are clear. Also maybe some ambient background music. Good Job.

TreSensa responds:

Thanks, Henoth! Glad you enjoyed the game and we appreciate the suggestions.