Empty‪.‬ 4+

Everything must go‪.‬

Maksym Dzitsiuk

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 1.4K Ratings
    • Free



A relaxing puzzle game to unwind with. Each level teaches you to value simplicity in life.

‣ Unique puzzle mechanics — clear the room by rotating it!
‣ One-touch controls — play with one hand!
‣ No ads. No paid content. Supported by donations.
‣ Accessible for players of all ages.
‣ 19 beautiful hand-crafted levels.
‣ Original soundtrack - a full length album.

Learn the timeless concept — that less is more — that will contribute to your wellbeing in addition to simply joyfully passing time.

What’s New

Version 1.0.9

Bug fixes and general improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
1.4K Ratings

1.4K Ratings

PickAny21 ,

Just play it!

This is quite simply one of the best puzzle games I have ever played. I would even say this is one of the best mobile games in general than I have ever played. The levels are fun and challenging, not too hard (of the levels I’ve played.) The level design is great. (Sometimes you have to be a bit specific) The colorful look of the game is great and I love the minimalistic style of it. The music that accompanies the game is meant to put you at peace and it is some of the most relaxing music that you will ever hear and compliments the game very nicely. Describing the game is a bit difficult I will just say that each level has you getting rid of objects by making them blend in with your surroundings (if that makes sense) all in all this game is incredible even though I am earlier in the game I think. This is one of those games that I would just say “play now!” Don’t spend time reading reviews just get this. Kudos to the developers- you’ve achieved greatness!

Yeetus_maximus ,


This game is probably the best environment/puzzle mobile game ever. It uses the minimalist’s art styling, but instead of the over defined/under defined object textures that many mobile games use, it employs a soft yet consistent coloring. I’m not gonna lie, I haven’t seen any of those colors used in other games, probably because they don’t pop. Empty uses these muted colors and combines them perfectly, making each color seem its own. And the gameplay itself is astounding. Simple, short, hard, and easy. Detail is something that at first glance isn’t really there, but as the levels progress, you’re forced to take a look at your surroundings, and you notice these small objects that you maybe haven’t noticed. When it clicks together, it’s a very gratifying feeling. Amazing game. Thank you for putting in effort, something that you don’t really see these days, and thank you for creating such an amazing game.

Ninja Gakusei ,

It’s “supposed” to be short!

Before I explain the title, I want to give huge kudos to the developers. It’s one thing to have a unique idea, but to execute it with universal understanding and care for the player is super rare. Thank you so much for a wonderful experience.

Now, many of the reviews mention how short the game is. Well, the game itself follows the theme, that we are to focus on two things: the feeling of when something is gone, and how we react to it. The game ending so soon is no different than the items we’ve removed in the levels... we feel “empty” when something we’ve “had” in our lives is now gone. And, our varied reactions challenge how we cope with that “loss”.

For me, I’m happy to have experienced it, and to cherish the time we spend with things and people we enjoy. Again, thank you for the journey and the lessons gained.

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