Orixo is a relaxing, mind-bending, minimalist puzzle game that offers over 320 hand-crafted levels to immerse yourself into. A beautifully meditative soundtrack accompanies you in your delightful experience.
How to play:
Fill the grid by dragging your finger over cells with a number inside of it. The number represents the number of cells it will fill. It can fill in one of the four directions (up, down, left, right). If a cell is already filled, it will fill the next available cell in the direction you chose. During the drag, the cells that are going to be filled will be highlighted.
- 320 hand-crafted puzzles
- All levels are free and accessible from the start
- Hints are available to help you find the solution to some levels
- Game progress is saved automatically
Don't hesitate to contact us if you find any issue with the game or if you simply want to send us your feedback, it is greatly appreciated.
- Updated game icon
- General bug fixes and improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Close to Perfection!
This game does so many things right. The simplistic gameplay is brilliantly crafted; level design becomes challenging yet never impossible. The calming music sets the mood perfectly. Even the ads fit in seamlessly (never thought I’d be writing this in a review!). The ads don’t bombard you and never run more than 5 seconds - just enough time to decide if you’re interested or not. Orixo 2? Pretty please??
Developer Response ,
I am glad to hear that! Currently, we are working on adding more levels to the game. It should be coming before the end of the month. Also, Orixo 2 is definitely a possibility for the future. Stay tuned!
Great game with one annoying problem
Orixo is easy to learn but soon becomes challenging (in a fun way!). I really enjoyed it and finished all of the levels in two days or so. I recommend getting it, and I would call it a 5-star game except for a few problems.
First and foremost is the hidden “undo” button. You have to tap to reveal it, then it hides again in a few seconds. There’s no way to have it visible all the time. For difficult levels, it’s a constant play-game, tap-reveal, tap-undo, play, tap, tap, play, tap, tap... super annoying and disruptive!
The game also uses a portrait layout, which I don’t like on an iPad. But if the game really has to be portrait, at least take advantage of all the room at the bottom to have the “undo” button visible! Grr!
Lastly, and this is FYI rather than a problem, the levels didn’t consistently follow an easy-to-hard progression. It didn’t bother me, but I thought it was odd. Pack 1 seemed better arranged than Pack 2 in this respect.
Super fun game for people who like puzzles. The levels vary in difficulty and I haven’t had problems with ads. Its a bit annoying to have the menu to restart or undo hidden all the time but still a great game. Thankful for the undo button because it’s easy to get messed up and just need to undo a couple of moves.
- Logisk Studio Inc.
- 71.3 MB
Requires iOS 7.1.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2019 Logisk inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Remove Ads $1.99
- Unlimited Hints $0.99
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