Achromatic is a minimalist puzzle game about connecting dots in order to transform them all to one cohesive color. Draw a straight line between two dots of the same color to paint the dots between them. However, you can only change dots of one color at a time. You'll quickly encounter unique dots with exciting properties. For example the square dot lets you change the direction of your line, or the triangle dots are synchronized such that changing one of them changes all of them.
Achromatic features an original and relaxing sound track to accompany its polished minimalist aesthetic. Its smooth difficulty curve will teach you the mechanics and gently ease you into more difficult levels. All levels were carefully designed by hand to ensure the best puzzling experience possible. For those craving a challenge, bonus levels are available after beating the game to really test your logic skills.
• 60 handcrafted level plus 10 challenging bonus levels
• Unique dots with special properties
• Supports both vertical and horizontal orientation
• Color blind mode
Removed Playond integration
Ratings and Reviews
This game is kind of hard (hard enough to make me watch tutorials) and I like it. By the way, there’s a subscription glitch, which makes me beat 40+ levels without the subscription. Still had a challenging time getting past those line colorers and area colorers!
Impressive level design
This is a real puzzle game. The levels are designed to make you to think outside the box and problem solve. The solutions are super clever and most levels have that “Ah-ha!” moment where you finally come up with the solution, which is why puzzle games can be so special. It’s a bit refreshing, given that so many mobile puzzle games are disappointing. Graphics are really nice too.
The only thing is that the line you drag can get weird sometimes if you drag it around the screen a lot, which looks a little weird. Other than that this is brilliant!
Good Game, TERRIBLE Requirements
The game looks interesting, but there was no way to play it beyond two incredibly easy, completely non-telling levels that are supposed to example the rest of the game. I would totally play the game, but the requirement of a subscription is ridiculous and I don’t think it is worth that.
I understand that it is a part of a service that offers multiple games, but I don’t want those games and I don’t want the monthly fee for them either. Seems a little one-sided on my part, but it can’t possibly be as successful as they would like it to be when they require the subscription. To offer a fun-looking game that promotes “no ads and no pay-to-play” garbage, the subscription makes those ideal in comparison.
Developer Response ,
Hi Ricky and Katy, thank you for sharing your review with us. We regret to know that you were not satisfied with your experience and the concept of Playond. We'd like you to know that it is important for us to make sure that our users know what they are paying for before committing to the subscription and therefore we gladly offer a free trial to all our users. It will give you the possibility to try all the games without limitation on number of levels, so you can maje up your mind not only on Achromatic but also all the many other games offered as a part of the Playond collection. We hope you'll consider checking it out and we'd be glad to know what you an assiast you with anything you may need. You can easily reach us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Nick Carney
- 105.5 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © 2020 Studio Goya LLC
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.