A block puzzle makes you smarter.
This game is very simple rule.
Play and train your spatial ability.
The rules are simple. You only correctly fill in the designated spaces with blocks of various shapes.
There are three levels of difficulty in all. Amazingly, there are 1800 different stages. Includes support functions such as hints.
Fits is a block puzzle that was created on the basis of tangrams. Tangrams are one of the most familiar of the silhouette puzzles, where you create shapes that are presented as problems. It is a puzzle that uses squares cut into multiple pieces.
Let's train your brain with Fits!
Fixed minor bugs.
Ratings and Reviews
Great App... Annoying Ads...
It’s a great app, but, unfortunately, every other hint I need I have to watch a stupid ad in order to get it. The ads aren’t even for apps I’d maybe like to try out, they’re for stupid ones or ones I already have. Sometimes the ad’s not even for an app, just to waste my time with stupid services that no one would want. There isn’t even a store icon within the app to see if I can spend a small amount of money to get rid of the ads (most free apps have this option somewhere within the app). I’m getting rid of it unless these problems are fixed, soon.
Nice game but has some issues
The gameplay is pretty self-explanatory — move the pieces around to fit in the designated space. There’s no rotation or flipping of pieces, and colors don’t mean anything. Boring to play at the beginner level, but difficulty does increase, making it more fun.
A) Sound won’t stay off. Have to turn it off each time I open the game.
B) No landscape orientation for iPad.
C) No reset button.
D) Colors are ridiculously murky. The pieces are desaturated, and the designated space is gray, which means everything looks too similar. On the “select level” page, the tiny stars that indicate finished (yellow) and playable but not yet played (white) are also hard to differentiate. Why weren’t better colors used?! Grr!
E) Lastly, the full-screen ads that seem to have no rhyme or reason to when they appear are (of course) annoying. But I thought $1.99 was a reasonable price, and it’s definitely nicer without the ads.
Fun game, but...
I was a bit irritated that the ads were at every single level, but $1.99 to make the ads go away, so make whatever call you want for that.
What is more irritating is that I have to turn off the sound each time I open the app.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.