Ashi: Lake of Light 4+

Japanese meditation puzzles

Nicholas Cellini

    • 4.3 • 7 Ratings
    • $2.99



Ashi: Lake of Light is a tranquil puzzle game about a firefly's meandering path through a candlelit world. Light and extinguish candles to guide the firefly’s path, and while it may seem easy at first, a few simple rules entwine to create complex puzzles. Through patient observation and experimentation players can discover the true path.

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"When the world around me becomes too hectic or the noise on the busy city trains and trams is getting to me, Ashi: Lake of Light is the little oasis in my headphones I so desperately need."
- Rachel Humphreys, Checkpoint Gaming

"... perfect for relaxed play when you just want something to do with a few minutes of downtime"
- John Spencer Reviews

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Enjoy 80+ tranquil levels designed to gradually increase in difficulty

Solve minimalist puzzles with simple and intuitive one-touch controls

Unobtrusive interface lets you experiment and play at your own pace

A tranquil & relaxing soundtrack evolves as you solve puzzles

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Guide a solitary firefly through the night and forward to the sunrise!

What’s New

Version 1.0.4

+ Fixed metadata on some puzzles

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Anton Rang ,


Quiet music, nice graphics, a game mechanic which is easy to learn but put together in levels which are challenging enough to be enjoyable. A nice way to spend some relaxing time.

LShelby ,

Some good puzzles in there

An interesting puzzle design with nice eye candy and music that's not annoying (I didn't turn if off, and that's saying quite a bit!)

New elements are introduced with one tutorial level, one easy level, and then a series of regular difficulty levels (1-20 minutes each) with a few challenging levels at the end (some of them taking me over an hour to solve), before moving onto the next element the game will introduce. At the end, there are about 10 challenging levels using a mix of all the prior elements. Ultimately, this comes to about 20 tutorial levels, 50 regular levels, and 20 challenging levels.

Oberon64 ,

Good puzzles

One of the most relaxing games I've played, ever.
Loved Level 90.
Now, If only they would add another 90 levels!

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