Slide It‪+‬ 4+

A new twist on the classic..‪.‬

Kevin Brain

Designed for iPad

    • 3.5 • 4 Ratings
    • Free



The classic slide puzzle has been revitalized with new playing variations and features that gives this old standby new life.

"Sudoku Slide Puzzle" combines slide puzzles and Sudoku logic (not repeating a number or color within a single row or column). "Ring Slide Puzzle" is a colorful new option, where you move colored rings to surround circles drawn on the playing area. And, of course, there is the classic slide puzzle, which can be played with one of the built-in images, or using your own photos (with or without numbers or letters on the pieces).

Each game variation can be played in either normal or "memory mode". In memory mode, the pieces are hidden as soon as you start moving them. The clock only runs while the board is visible, so the more you can do by memory, the better your time will be!

When you feel you are ready, try one of the 3 Game Center Challenges, to see how you compare with other players around the world!

Slide It+ is big on features, but small in price and size (i.e. it doesn't consume a lot of valuable space on your device). This makes Slide It+ the perfect slide puzzle app to keep on your device, always ready to provide a fun and quick (or not so quick) puzzle game, and to help you prepare if you are chosen as a contestant on Survivor!

What’s New

Version 2.0

Updated to better support new devices and latest version of iOS;
Supports landscape and portrait use on iPad, and playing on a Mac;
Best times and statistics for each game variation;
Save and resume games in progress;
More puzzle images;
Option to choose piece movement sound;
Options for background;
Ability to share with others how much fun you are having;

What's not new? Still totally free!

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

ultimagrl ,

Doesn’t Work

The pieces don’t slide. Puzzle mechanics are awful.

Developer Response ,

The game mechanics will seem to be broken (awful) if you are expecting to drag pieces to move them. Pieces move toward the space the instant they are touched. If you then drag your finger to the former space (but which now contains the moved piece) the piece will move back.

Instead, if you simply tap pieces to move them, this should work as you expect. When you think about it this way, dragging your finger to then move the NEXT piece is logical and efficient. Rather than lifting your finger, moving it to one of the pieces adjacent to the space and tapping again,you can simply drag your finger to the piece.

It does take a little practice to really become proficient at this, but it really does make “tile puzzle” type games easier and more fun to play once you get the hang of it.

App Privacy

The developer, Kevin Brain, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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