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Connect 20

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Genre:
Puzzles - Other
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numbers
match
logic
connect

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Jun 13, 2014 | 7:10 AM EDT

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Medium unlocked 5 Points Finish 5 easy levels
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Author Comments

Your task is to clear 30 squared boards filled with numbers from 0 to B, by matching and connecting 2 numbers in the same row or column. After the connection was made everything inside the selection will be reduced down to zero.

Sounds simple, no ?! But to finish most of the boards you'll need planning and strategy. Do it wrong and you'll be restarting a lot...

PS: even if you have zeros inside the connection, it is a valid move !

Reviews


Andrej15Andrej15

Rated 5 / 5 stars

do a walkthrough i think its impossible :P 5/5 btw gg



galokiogalokio

Rated 3 / 5 stars

......Maybe idle game better......
I click restart over 90 times in easy mode.



chaosbotchaosbot

Rated 3 / 5 stars

OK - actually fairly annoying on the hard levels if you just stare and try to work out the right sequence.

Unfortunately this is really easy with pencil and paper (or the digital equivalent): this made the hard puzzles a breeze - just circle pairs of numbers ensuring pairs are only used once until all numbers on board are contained within circles (erasing/adjusting circles as necessary), and then you can plan your moves easily... it would be nice to see the planning elements incorporated into the game: i.e. allow the player to circle pairs in a planning mode, and then in play mode, select the pairs (obviously you still need to do circle pairs in the right order in play mode - but at least you now can see the circles you intend to do in the gaps between the tiles... of course if you circle the pairs incorrectly in planning mode, then you'll be stuck - but hopefully you notice your plan is flawed and go back and change it).

While I think some of the hard puzzles are individually enjoyable problems, after ten of them, I was well and truly over the concept. It's just lacking something. Maybe use shapes or symbols or pictures of cats or tanks! (no actual need for numbers! in fact, you could have just used the coloured squares), and definitely choose a few upbeat tracks. Yes, I turned the music of pretty quickly, the single "calming" track hardly suited the game, and got annoying pretty quickly.