Creators of Blyss and UNWYND bring you their next title, Neo Angle.
Neo Angle is a minimalistic puzzle game inspired by retro visuals, neon artstyle and 80s Synth music. Groove to the nostalgic chilled out synth track and guide Neo through complicated mazes in a neon filled world.
Help Neo in his secret quest. Pick up all the fuel cells and head to the exit. But its not as simple as it sounds, there are treacherous traps and tricky areas. And don't forget, once a path is chosen, there's no going back. ;)
Neo Angle supplies just the right mix of relaxation, challenge, and fun. - 4/5 - Touch Arcade
A clever, good looking puzzler that's got enough going on under the hood - 8/10 - Pocket Gamer
The fun in Neo Angle is in the constant frustration. If you’re someone who loves Sudoku, logic puzzles, crosswords or taking IQ tests recreationally, Neo Angle is a fast way to exercise your geo-spatial reasoning. - 4/5 - Gamezebo
- A new take on Neon Art Style
- Innovative puzzle mechanics
- Yury Savitski's Original composition inspired by the 80s retro synth music.
- Hand-Crafted levels
- Diverse range of level elements to keep it fresh and challenging
- Hyper Minimalistic UI
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Now Optimized for iPhone X.
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For those who like to grapple...
I picked this game up a few weeks ago when it was free, and am really glad I did. I've played many puzzle games and this is on the more tougher side of the spectrum. If you like games that really make you think in order to
solve, you'll probably like this one.
I’m really surprised how great this game is! If you like puzzles and being challenged, and no hints to help you along the way, this is the game for you! It starts off easy to allow you to learn how it works, and gets more & more complicated as you move on.
Very clever & well done game!
It's fine, I guess.
The controls could use some work. You'll dig a rut into your phone screen with all the swiping you have to do. Too much swiping. Maybe a tap in the direction you want to go would be a more comfortable method of movement? Too much swiping.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.