***** Instructions *****
The game divides the screen into two sections via a white line, the shapes that appear to be pulsating are the ones you can rotate by tapping on them. Avoid having the same color in two places on one side of the white line so that the colors are equally distributed on both sides.
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"Such lovely colors, soundscape and effects, beautifully animated transitions, no time limit to harsh the mellow."-- philodygmn
"The most beautiful,smart and calming game. Each level is a work of art" -- Poppiesfan
"Like guided meditation with geometry and colors. Nice music too. Very well designed! Kudos programmers and all the techs who did this, it's a work of art." -- pacellllll
"I find this app completely bypasses my logical brain and puts me in a relaxed creative state. Thank you!" -- CykloFreddie
I love this app, is amazing to clean the mind, is like if you make the balance inside of yourself and on the game. -- luxmonterouse
Ambiguous instructions, yes, but if you stick with it, the point becomes intuitive, and strangely satisfying. Meditative. An instant favorite. -- Angiegreenthumbd
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"Taijitu is a very interesting game." -- Games In Asia 9.5/10
"It’s a great-looking and fun winding-down game" -- Cult Of Mac 4/5
----- Overview -----
Inspired by the Chinese mythology of the Yin and Yang. Taijitu is a puzzle game about balance and harmony. The goal is to interchange shapes colour and make the colour balance on each side. The white line separate each different world by top and bottom or left and right. This puzzle game combine the art of geometry with beautiful transitions and ambient music. Plug in your earphones and enjoy the experience.
About "Yin Yang"
In Chinese culture, Yin and Yang represent the two opposite principles in nature. "Yin" characterizes the feminine or negative nature of things and "Yang" stands for the masculine or positive side. Yin and Yang are in pairs, such as the moon and the sun, female and male, dark and bright, cold and hot, passive and active, etc. But Yin and Yang are not static or just two separated things. The nature of Yin Yang lies in interchange and interplay of the two components. The alternation of day and night is such an example.
Optimised for iPhone X
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Fun way to pass the time
I just finished the game and really enjoyed it. All the levels were solvable on my ipad. One minor issue is that as soon as you solve a level the puzzle disappears. It would be nice if you could see it with the colors all in the right place for a few more seconds. Otherwise it can make you feel like you just stumbled upon the right combination rather than solved it.
Overall it's relaxing and fun.
Pretty enough, but not very challenging
As a game based on colours, the game is pretty nice to look at with its minimalistic design. The music is also pretty zen, but that's about all I can say for the game. The game works on a one-tap control, but the switching of the parts on some levels aren't very clear, and as such makes the game skewed more towards random chance and persistence rather than any skill or thought.
This game feels like it belongs with games in the vein of the 'Harmony' series, but sadly falls short (by a large margin) in comparison.
Repeatedly I am able to separate the colors into a balance on each side but the game doesn't recognize it. There are multiple ways to get a balanced solution but the game seems to only recognize one particular solution. It's very frustrating to know you have it correct only to have the game be expecting a different solution.
- chew wen kang
- 38.5 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.