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Achromatic is a minimalist puzzle game about connecting dots in order to transform them all to one cohesive color. Draw a straight line between two dots of the same color to paint the dots between them. However, you can only change dots of one color at a time. You'll quickly encounter unique dots with exciting properties. For example the square dot lets you change the direction of your line, or the triangle dots are synchronized such that changing one of them changes all of them. Achromatic features an original and relaxing sound track to accompany its polished minimalist aesthetic. Its smooth difficulty curve will teach you the mechanics and gently ease you into more difficult levels. All levels were carefully designed by hand to ensure the best puzzling experience possible. For those craving a challenge, bonus levels are available after beating the game to really test your logic skills. Features: • 60 handcrafted level plus 10 challenging bonus levels • Unique dots with special properties • Supports both vertical and horizontal orientation • Color blind mode
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I was enjoying this app for the first several puzzles, but I get to one that seems impossible, and I’m sure I tried every combination that exists yet still I can’t progress. The authors of this app should make a mechanism by which a player can earn a hint or a cheat or something. As for now I have no more use for this app because there’s no way I can move forward. I’m now deleting this app and I advise anyone who doesn’t want waste their money to find another puzzle app to buy.
This is a real puzzle game. The levels are designed to make you to think outside the box and problem solve. The solutions are super clever and most levels have that “Ah-ha!” moment where you finally come up with the solution, which is why puzzle games can be so special. It’s a bit refreshing, given that so many mobile puzzle games are disappointing. Graphics are really nice too. The only thing is that the line you drag can get weird sometimes if you drag it around the screen a lot, which looks a little weird. Other than that this is brilliant!
The game looks interesting, but there was no way to play it beyond two incredibly easy, completely non-telling levels that are supposed to example the rest of the game. I would totally play the game, but the requirement of a subscription is ridiculous and I don’t think it is worth that. I understand that it is a part of a service that offers multiple games, but I don’t want those games and I don’t want the monthly fee for them either. Seems a little one-sided on my part, but it can’t possibly be as successful as they would like it to be when they require the subscription. To offer a fun-looking game that promotes “no ads and no pay-to-play” garbage, the subscription makes those ideal in comparison. Too bad.
I was a bit disappointed with the first 20 or so puzzles, but then it got hard enough to be interesting. Needs a color blind / night shift mode.
Downloaded the game because it looked interesting…. Then they try to give me the logon via email or Facebook… Nope I’m not doing that… Try to go on without that and let me play two levels that were so unbelievably basic you can’t even column levels … And then it asked me for $2.95 a week? I’m sorry but that’s just ridiculous.
Developed by Nick Carney.
Achromatic! is ranking in Games & Puzzle
Last update was at Noneand the current version is 2.1.
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Achromatic! have a 2a user reviews.
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