The OCD puzzle will make you satisfy your needs for
organization by fixing and rearranging misplaced pieces
in a sequence of stages and mini games!
Geometric shape, figures and everyday items
are satisfyingly lined up but one or few are disordered.
You must find then fix with finger gestures!
How to play:
• Use smart phone gestures to solve puzzle.
• Tap, spin, pinch, and spread that wrong or need to be corrected one to clear stages!
• Fix them given times to get stars and points.
• Mini games are much challenging and has a time over.
• Over thousand stages and addictive level design
• Simple but elegant game graphics
• Fun game effect and BGM sounds
It’s free game, what are you waiting for?
This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.
- fixed bug
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This is not okay.
This game doesn’t define OCD AT ALL! OCD is a life threatening mental health disorder and this game is making a joke of the illness and everyone who has it. OCD is not liking everything perfect and liking things being clean, everyone likes things to look orderly it’s human nature. My brother has it and I have a friend with it and she has told me that because of her OCD she has to make sure she completes a list of things every morning before work and after she finishes them and leaves for work she’ll think about it while driving, she thinks to herself “did I turn the stove off?” she had an anxiety attack because what if she didn’t turn the stove off and her house burnt down while she was away. So she turned around and drove home to check if the stove was off. She didn’t even use the stove that morning AND she was late for work because she had to return home because if she didn’t fulfill everything on her list she thought she would die, her family would die, her house would burn down, etc. OCD ruins people’s lives and Ive seen it, I’ve lived with multiple people who have had it. This game is VERY offensive to anyone who actually has the disease. And this game is making it a lot harder for people with it to be taken seriously and get help.
EDUCATE YOURSELF and be CONSIDERATE
This is rude, stupid and offensive to the community with the mental illness OCD. That’s like a game logo saying “Schizophrenia the game!” Or “Cancer a game”. OCD isn’t just organizing...I have suffered with it since middle school, and have been hospitalized for it on 2 occasions/been suicidal. People with ocd don’t just clean, no they ruminate about obsessions on any number of topics that can range from fear of violence to fear of germs to fear of someone being run over when you just hit a bump in the road. Please reconsider the game you promote on your post....As it negates and erases an ENTIRE community that suffers just to make it through day to day life. I’m not one for hyper pc stuff but I’m also one for educating on mental illness, as this really does hurt people who suffer with it...Everyone starts saying they’re “OCD” and it negates what the people who really have it go through. One isn’t “OCD” its not a label, identity or defining factor, it’s something one struggles with, takes medications for, goes to therapy, has birthdays, holidays, relationships destroyed by, loses sleep over, loses work over and has to fight. Honestly you’d be better off calling this “Organization Puzzles” or something...Please don’t negate us. And please EDUCATE YOURSELF.
this is not OCD!!
from someone who has ocd, i can say this is nowhere near ocd. when people think of ocd they think about being neat, but that’s WRONG!! for me ocd is touching things over and over and over again until it feels rights and my brain lets me move on. ocd is different for everyone but doing something one and making it neat isn’t ocd. this just shows how ignorant people can be, do your research when making a game about a mental illness people have struggled with for years!!!
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