Simple, relaxing, endless game. People love it!
∞ Infinity Loop is a fun way of increasing your logic skills. It can be considered a puzzle game about creating intricate looping patterns or just the application of using a simple concept: "connecting multiple things" and make fun out of it.
Some people say this game is a good puzzle game but with a great zen mode. The goal is to clear your mind, remove the stress from your daily life without any pressure or tension to solve the levels.
If you are looking for stress relief or a relaxing game type, enjoy the loop!
How to Play Infinity Loop?
Connect all the lines and corners to make perfect connections. It is like killing the chaos and reaching perfection. Watch the video to overview how it works. Check on youtube as well where several people post the solutions. Nonetheless, we suggest you try to find yourself how the game works and what you are supposed to do.
How to Play the Infinity Dark Mode?
The goal of the dark mode is to make disconnections, breaking it all and not leaving a single piece connected.
How many levels the game has?
How can I save my game progress?
Make sure you connect the app with the App Store on the settings panel (the button is at the bottom of the gameplay). This way your progress won't be lost. If you face further issues reach us by email.
Do I need to pay anything to play Infinity Loop?
No. The original game is 100% free. There is no need to pay anything for the original game. The game is free for unlimited levels. Only if you opt for the secondary game, called "black mode", you may need to pay a coffee for it after level 100.
I don't feel the game is challenging. Why?
The challenge for us would be making the game with increasing difficulty after a certain level while at the same time relaxing and allowing infinity levels. So how could level 100.000 be more difficult than level 10.000? It is hard. So as we cannot have the best in all worlds, we have opted to make it relaxing for now.
Note: This game is also available on Apple Watches. And it's very fun as well!
Concept and Development: Jonas Lekevicius, Balys Valentukevicius & the WebAvenue LTD Team
Design & Logo Copyright: Alice Gmyrko & the WebAvenue LTD Team
Bug fixes and performance improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Calming game that does what it is supposed to, but...
This game is extremely calming, helps me after an exercise, task, or just generally when I have to calm down. So in that regard...it does what it is supposed to. But...the ads make me anxious because in the middle of relaxing...I get an ad that says “omg I can’t solve this puzzle” or “I can’t get to pink” and it drives...me...INSANE. I don’t mind turning on airplane mode or disabling my wifi but it is still annoying nonetheless. So that’s why I’m rating it 4 stars instead of 5.
Excellent game design
Infinity Loop is part Tetris, part Sudoku. The pieces you’re rotating only come in a handful of varieties, and much of learning the game comes in the form of learning how the different pieces interact, like Tetris. But like Sudoku, once you’ve gotten through the first two dozen (excellently designed to teach you the basics) levels, the game becomes about spotting and following the logical threads. You start at the corners and set about cleaning things up according to how each piece *must* go until you’ve closed the loops.
The result is a somewhat fast and loose Zen experience. Ads are somewhat intrusive on the free experience, but the ad removal is fairly cheap and the game is honestly worth a couple bucks. When it clicks, its goal is to put you in a flow state, and it achieves this goal remarkably well through a novel marriage of reasonably familiar flow state patterns for puzzle enthusiasts. I am impressed by the game’s simplicity and sheer dedication to function. Highly recommend if it’s caught your eye.
I have anxiety
and this game was my go-to for warding off anxiety attacks, and really helped to calm me down in the wake of attacks. I can’t remember if there were ads before, but if there were they were unobtrusive and occasional. Now ads pop up suddenly, and often will startle me by blaring music even when my phone is on mute. Waiting for an ad to allow me to click through, especially video ads, ramp me up all over again. I actually got startled back into an attack the first time this happened. Ads are important for game revenue but surely you could screen them for glitches like the volume override, and maybe choose ads that are quieter with less visual stimulus. I would pay the ad removal fee except that I can’t. I’m a student and I don’t have money to spare for in-app purchases. Please, I love this game and I miss the times when I could play it without fear. Now, even attempting to play it can cause me anxiety, never sure what ads will pop up when I click to the next level.
Gameplay itself is fabulous, intuitive, minimalist, and beautiful. Very peaceful. Makes the ads all the more jarring.
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- 96 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
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