Transmission: Information Age 4+

Connect to communicate

Science Museum

Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 66 Ratings
    • Free



Connect to communicate! Transmission is a mind-bending puzzle game where you create communication networks and reveal their strengths.

- 70 levels with 146 stars to collect
- 7 unlockable worlds
- Easy to learn, tough to master
- In-game trophies
- Game Centre achievements
- Over 8 hours of gameplay
- Multi-path world map
- Features music by David Kanaga

By connecting transmitters and receivers, you will send information around increasingly complex networks. As you progress, you will discover six networks that have transformed the way we communicate, each with its own unique gadgets and gizmos. Featuring a vibrant soundtrack by David Kanaga, stylish graphics and hours of fun, challenging gameplay.
This game accompanies the Science Museum’s Information Age gallery, which celebrates 200 years of innovation in information and communication technologies.

What’s New

Version 1.4.7

Fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
66 Ratings

66 Ratings

CAO134 ,

Almost a five!

Really enjoyable and very attractive. I'd give it a 5 if it wouldn't crash so often. Looking forward to a bug fix.

thaesino ,

Great! Addictive! Few bugs

Game is addictive as all hell. Definitely easy to grasp, hard to master, but worth it. I’d like to say it’s perfect, but that’s not possible with current, very minor bugs. For example, I encountered one in lvl 3.10 in which the center, empty transceiver kept holding onto a block of looped info while not being connected to any other object, thereby forcing me to reset each time it happened. If this was part of the game, I’ve no idea.

I’m running on iPhone XS Max latest iOS update, in case that helps.

- Mirakha - ,

A good challenge

Simple interface with challenging puzzles! After the tutorial levels for each section, the difficulty ramps up quickly, so you might want to be ready for a brain workout. For game devs, it would be nice to have a button to undo a single move rather than deleting a path that has looped in previous moves. Nonetheless, I am still enjoying the game!

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