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Small puzzle game where your every move affects the world.
Prove that you are the best Master of Lecula!

Connect two or more leculas with same color and they will disappear.
You have 30 seconds and 4 moves to clean up the field.
Every extra move will cause -1 second on the next level.
If you take less than 4 moves, then on the next level you will get +1 second.
The less time you will spend on level completion, the more points you will earn.

Enjoy and let’s see who is the best! :)

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Great game.

PavelPodolyak responds:

Many thanks! :)

An unique and interesting game.

Cool, but the colors are a little hard to memorize. I would have drawn icons instead that would suggest what each lecula does. Tutorial is basic but first level is very hard. I like the concept.

PavelPodolyak responds:

Thanks for your feedback!)

It's a curious concept. I like games with spatial thinking, the color scheme is simple, and the sounds are soothing. But the difficulty is kind of a blindsided punch. Greens are easy to use -- I accepted that. Blues seemed the same as green until the first time I clicked one, snaring a few lecula (what's a lecula supposed to mean?) only to see the rest go flying out of reach. Tricky, but workable.

Reds and yellows got very serious very quickly, and I think your tutorial sends a mixed message. The first time I used red's push power, I'm pretty sure I did not get the three reds to link. Being told "Great!" felt weird when I was pretty sure I hadn't figured it out yet. And the yellows were a total surprise. I assumed they recolored everything to be the same as themselves, which I thought was awesome. When other colors showed up in-game, I thought it was random. It turns out I was wrong both times; they recolor everything to be its opposite, with red/green and blue/yellow.

I'm not saying the tutorial needed to spell out the strategies -- it doesn't need to do that. But don't say it's an instant success when it isn't one. I figured out some strategies of what colors to use early versus late, and I figured it by poking around with the physics to see what would happen. That was okay. It's trickier than it looks, and it is a very simple setup, but not impossible. (Unless a yellow nukes every copy of a color except for one. That one's frustrating.) Overall, okay.

PavelPodolyak responds:

Thanks for your feedback! It will help to make this game better! :)

I really enjoyed playing this! It's a nice time waster and it gets the gears moving on how to make sure you don't end up with only one lecula.

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3.94 / 5.00

May 17, 2015
12:46 AM EDT