A puzzle game making waves. Diabolically simple and beautifully minimal, slide waves until they match.
- A completely original, never-before-seen wave puzzle.
- Increasingly challenging wave formations and combinations.
- Retro style music that hints at a solution.
- Achievements, how far can you get?
- Pay what YOU want! Free is totally an option. Go for it.
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• Added a link to the Soundtrack
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Mind-boggling just how fun this thing is
Picked it up from a friend’s recommendation; it’s incredibly fun to play, as well as soothing (solving via audio cues).
Feature Request: Would it be feasible to implement a customizable configuration for adjusting the auto assist sensitivity as your multi-wave-shape-amalgation nears the shape of the level’s cutout / goal? I’m referring to the autoassist at the completion of a level; the amount of help it provides gets pretty noticeable at around the level 70ish mark to me, particularly after reading the criticisms from the review about Fourier Transforms on March 2nd of this year. Perhaps, after completing all the levels of the game (and upon unlocking Endless mode), indicate to users that this feature is available (should enough users notice this as well and make a point about it to request tweaking).
Aside from that- thank you for creating this wonderful game, and implementing it in such a way that my recently met newfound friend was able to bring this to my attention (and I regret not having found it earlier!).
Fourier Analysis: The Game
Kerflux presents a unique challenge of picking up on visual cues and component patterns as you try to build the waveform out of simple harmonic building blocks. As an introduction to a field of math that had previously scared me off just from hearing the name, this game provides a simple and intuitive expression of Fourier analysis.
I love a game that really engages the brain. 151 waves in and it’s still an interesting endeavor.
I really hate how the solution-assist (that thing that will slightly adjust all the waves into a perfect fit when you’ve got it all the components in a close enough position) is so sensitive. Too often I’ve seen the waves drift into place while I was still trying to understand what I was doing and how the waves were building.
On that same note I also wish the audio cues made more sense. I’m not asking to listen to the timbre of each wave (what the shape of the wave actually sounds like). As interesting a challenge as that might be that i get the feeling that would probably not be pleasant. It would, however, be really cool if each wave that was more in place would reveal a different part of the soundtrack instead of the whole track fading in and out.
I don’t know, I mostly play with the sound off cuz I don’t like how it helps me solve the puzzle without actually understanding and solving the puzzle.
Good ad free game for passing time
One of the rare free games without those annoying pop up mini games. The game it self is based on the principal of superposition (I think?) of waves, and doesn't need your utmost concentration so it can be played during your commute. The music is kind of retro which actually fades in and out based on the how much the signals match. I found it weirdly soothing. Great game, keep it up devs.
PS : if the developer could add even lower donation levels, it might help them get more people to pay
- Punk Labs LLC
- 58.9 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © 2016 Punk Labs LLC
- In-App Purchases
- Bronze Supporter $0.99
- Silver Supporter $1.99
- Gold Supporter $3.99
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