Arrange the tiles so that their sides match each other in colors.

Your task is to arrange the tiles correctly so that each side of them is the same color as the adjacent tiles. When the tiles are properly arranged, black lines appear between them.

After Cubether, it's another game where I explore minimalism. There are no tutorials or tips in it. You have to understand each mechanic for yourself and use it to solve puzzles.

Good luck.


What’s New

Version 1.1.0

- Symbols have been added so that you can better distinguish between the tiles.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

Captain Cook K ,

Needs navigation

Difficult and intriguing puzzle, needs navigation to see progress. I’m up to level 50. How many levels are there?

Developer Response ,

You are close to the end. There are 51 levels. Thanks for playing. :)

popovich ,

The platonic ideal of puzzle games

Introduce a puzzle mechanic, have the player learn it. Introduce a second, have the player learn how it interacts with the first. Introduce a third, have the player learn how it interacts with the first two. Repeat for a fourth, then fifth.

The puzzle mechanics here are solid and fairly easy to understand, but their interactions result an unexpected complexity. To me, that is the hallmark of a worthwhile puzzle game.

In my play through, the learning curve was exactly steep enough to make the game rewarding. I am not an average player; what I find entertainingly hard might frustrate others. If you like a mental challenge though, I recommend trying this.

My only criticism is that the game ended *just* as I felt like I understood it. I’m glad the author didn’t pad out length with a lot of levels that didn’t increase complexity, but perhaps some “encore” levels at the end or a progress bar would make the ending feel less abrupt.

Overall, good work. I look forward to seeing what’s next!

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your valuable feedback. I will try to use it in my next projects. :)

StoryBookBob ,

Brilliant, even if I’m not

This deserves 5 stars because, if for no other reasons, the designer has created an intriguing puzzle and offers it (at least at this writing — 99 plus tax) without any ads and for less than the cost of cup of coffee. Yeh, like some of the other commenters, I’m struggling with the trickier levels, but so what?

Apple Support, pay attention: there should be more apps like this one in your store, and a lot less of the other ‘Built In Purchases’ clutter.

Developer Response ,

Brilliant review. Thank you :)

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