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This is another one of my puzzle ideas. It is designed for mobile platforms. You can find it in the play store.

I want to share it with you to have feedback and ideas. If anyone wants to collaborate with me on graphic design and others, contact me.


Original idea, created, developed and published by:
Joan Martínez

Music by:
Groovel Studio - Sound 4 Games

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Very cool!

“I think the last level is arround 150... Maybe.”

Me at level 201: "I think I've been had!"

Good game but I’m now convinced that there is no end.

JoanMartinezClari responds:

This game is only a demo. You can play the full game for Android.
Visit mi site on Google play for download the full game and more:

This is a wonderful puzzle game that's very easy to sink time into.

JoanMartinezClari responds:


It's a unique puzzle game, it's like a brain teaser. You wouldn't play it for a long time, maybe when you're waiting for someone, in the morning etc...
The graphics are a simple design and something I am fond of. I think that the music is very fitting for this type of game and is calming.
Nice game bro.

Very good concept and nice-and-simple design, great!
However, the first levels were too simple in my opinion: during the last tutorial level, I was like "okay, I get it, why are you still showing me? let me play, dammit", and I waited until level 25 to actually stop using pieces in the order they were given by default (the very first level where you cannot just literally "put pieces where thet fit until it's over" is around 20, I think).
Also, I do not like the music, but it's just my opinion, so, yeah.
Finally, definitely a mobile game, something you come back to for a few puzzles during your bus trip from home to work, not something that is enjoyable in a single sitting.

JoanMartinezClari responds:

Thanks. Maybe the first levels are simple for you but another person needs a little more practice…