**WINNER Best Casual Entertainment Game - Dutch Game Awards **
**Every level CAN be won!** But sometimes the solution is not easy.
Lines is an abstract ‘zen’ game experience where form is just as important as function. Place or remove dots to initiate a colourful race that fills a drawing. The colour that dominates the race wins. Lines is the perfect game to play while commuting or in other short moments of downtime. Play a single session in a matter of seconds or find yourself making a winning streak of 20 games in a row!
Lines – Physics Drawing Puzzle key features include:
- 6 different modes: Point, Erase, Cut, Draw, Portal and Mix- Daily Challenges
- 26 achievements to unlock
-500 smart levels
- Use your brain and logic to find the solutions
- Bronze, Silver and Gold medals for each level.
- Infinite fun!
Tap on a line to place a dot. Be smart and choose and strategic and logic position for the dots. Sometimes you need to place one dot, other times two dots.
Tap on an opponent´s dot to erase it.
Draw a line with your fingers to connect lines to your advantage. Use your brain!
Cut a line to stop the flow of your opponent´s color.
Tap the line across 2 places to create a portal. Your line will be teleported from one place to the other. But beware: your opponents can also make use of the portal you have created, so choose its location wisely!
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Update is da bomb!
More well-considered figures (25 of each of the 5 types), and an excellent reworking of functionality. Easier to replay same figure, but easier as well to explore new figures. Should you happen to boot out of a game in progress, when you reboot you face the identical configuration, allowing you, finally, to be able to try different approaches to the same problem. And the daily puzzle, instead of repeating the same figure, bounces around to a new figure each iteration. New mode of play, Infinite, challenges you to play as many games as you can without losing.
As always, I have no clue of the business model of games: no extras to buy, no fancier version you can pay up for, and if there are ANY ads I haven’t seen them. But god bless ‘em. Perhaps we’re getting lured into briquid mini.
Bug: bronze, silver, gold medals awarded 90% too soon. Rope level 57 no longer endlessly reiterates same unwinnable setup.
Not like other puzzle games
This woke up parts of my brain that hadn't been touched since Pac-Man (which moving object, after making a few turns apiece, can get to that intersection first?), and is exercising new parts that I never knew existed. Great fast game to pick up and play, but has the depth to keep me engaged for a long time if (or more likely, when) I give in ("just one more try!").
One small complaint I have is the similarity of the colors. Having subtly different shades of a base color on a single level has cost me plenty of lives. It's hard to tell that a small yellow dot only a few mm in diameter isn't EXACTLY the same color as the border, or the same color as another small dot halfway across the screen. Please keep all of the colors distinct.
Small bug - when I die during infinity mode, and quit the game, It resumes not in infinity mode, but as though I died playing the actual level. Maybe I do want to retry the same level, but more likely, I want to play infinity mode again, and now I have to navigate through the menus to select it.
I love, love, love this game! I finally have gold trophies on all 250 levels, although it took me a few months of playing sporadically to get there. Will there ever be more levels? All I can do now is replay levels and try the daily challenges.
Update: There are new levels!!! I love the new format!
A trick to keep in mind is that mathematically, sometimes the puzzles are impossible to win. When this happens, back out of the puzzle, and press play again. Voila, the puzzle resets!
This game is fast, challenging, and mathematical, but not in a 'classroom' way. There are angles in some of the geometric shapes that help you figure out where to place your points; in other puzzles, it's not obvious at all. The best piece of advice I got while playing this game was from my son: he said that "they (the opposing dots) are going to get some portion of the puzzle; you just have to try to get more of it." It seems simplistic, but I had a mindset (at first) that I didn't want to give away any more than I had to. Accepting that they will get 'some' of the space made it easier, somehow. Hope that makes sense.
Great game and I highly recommend it!
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