Sea of Squares 4+

Electrofish Interactive Ltd

Designed for iPad

    • $0.99



Sea of Squares is a simple relaxing 3D puzzle game. Match two or more adjacent blocks of the same color to remove them up until you clear entire level. What could be easier? Huh! Try it on your iPad, iPhone or iPod and see how far you can get.


- Easy and fun to play.
- 3 difficulty modes from relaxing to challenging.
- 100+ colorful levels.
- Leaderboards to compete with other players.


Please note that you DON'T need to replay again the entire level when you can't find any matching blocks! Simply use the reshuffle button (the third button in the top left corner) to re-colorize the blocks.


- Try to only reshuffle colors if you can't find a match.
- Always keep enough reshuffles to complete the level.
- The high score is the sum of all cleared level scores.
- Replay the level until you get the score you want.
- Leaderboard requires signing in to Game Center but you can cancel if you don't want to.

Happy playing!

What’s New

Version 1.3

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

- Added new levels!
- Allow users to continue listening to their music when playing
- Fixed black screen problem on iOS10

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
48 Ratings

48 Ratings

Kit D Kat 100 ,

Sea of squares

Fun game to begin with. But gets too much with so many squares to clear out. I've become too obsessed with it and had to finally delete it. It was fun for the first 10 or so levels. But my OCD has made it too much like work. Would be fun if you could pick and choose the puzzles you want. But they are all locked up. So you must do each and every one to finally pick ones you like

Mattstor ,

Inconsistent game logic frustrates me!!

The idea of finding same colored objects that touch in a 3D space is really cool but the logic of making selections should be 3D as well. Sometimes I can select a match that wraps/connects around to another axis and sometimes I can't. What!?!?! This inconsistency is really frustrating! At first I thought maybe it is because I saw it then rotated the connection out of view, which kind of makes sense in a lame way. But I've tested and I can often rotate to a view where I can see both axis and sometimes it clears both sides and sometimes it clears only the axis I touch. Grrrrr! I can understand not giving me bonus connections that aren't visible yet, but why all inconsistency? Really I wish it would give me the bonus and all, if I was lucky enough to click on a group when it matches to hidden colors, bonus! But instead the logic doesn't act consistently and so it's pointless to try and plan moves and therefore frustrating to play this game when it tricks me. I'm deleting it!

Turbo444 ,

Yes, There is Strategy

After much game play under my belt, I can tell you that there IS strategy involved if you want to play that way.
You can expect that, as you remove blocks, the remaining blocks will shift down (think gravity), and/or to the left.
When you flip the 3D image upside down and then remove blocks, the remaining blocks STILL shift from the top down (with gravity), and to the left.
So, part of the strategy is, when you see blocks to remove, you position that 3D image so that more matches will occur when blocks adjust.
And you can predict the adjustment because, in the view you’re looking at, the blocks will shift down and/or left.

App Privacy

The developer, Electrofish Interactive Ltd, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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