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.projekt is a new minimalistic puzzle from creator of Evo Explores.<br><br>The game requires to look at things differently. Playing .projekt is like taking a geometry lessons but in a fun and relaxing way.<br><br>.projekt is a great training for your creativity. Imagine how an object looks like from a different point of view to match a silhouette.<br><br>This is a relaxing experience. There are no ads, no high-scores and no time pressure. Nothing will distract you from pure meditative gameplay.<br><br><br>Features:<br>- AUGMENTED REALITY mode<br>- 100 mind blowing levels and more to come…<br>- 3D TOUCH support<br>- HAPTIC FEEDBACK support<br>- CLOUD SAVES<br>- Game Center ACHIEVEMENTS
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I don’t normally buy games but this is definitely worth the 2 dollars I spent! The levels themselves are relatively easy, but the min/max modes are just magnificent ideas. They are just challenging enough to get you really worked up, but not so much that will take you more than 5-10 mins, which is great imo. If you are like me who doesn’t buy a lot of apps, I would definitely recommend giving .projekt a try. To the developer, I hope to see more levels in the next update, and thank you for this wonderful game! Although I do wonder if it’d be possible to see the blocks from the bottom... I would rather not have to start from the bottom each time I want to place a block in mid-air, and sometimes the blocks get a little confusing when they are all floating around on their own planes, and the angle makes it a bit hard to keep track of which block is where (although I suppose that’s what the color is for, but still), so it’d be nice if I can see the blocks from a different angle. Lastly, once again, thank you for this game, and I hope to see future updates! Edit: I would like to play through the game again but it’s troublesome to go trhuoughbeachh chapter to delete all the blocks. Can you perhaps add a reset option in the settings (or anywhere) next update?
.projekt is THE BEST $2.00 I have ever spent on my phone. Augmented reality mode is amazingly programmed. For those of you thinking “Oh, just another puzzle game, I’m not wasting 2 bucks on the same old thing” it’s WORTH IT. It’s different than those other puzzle games. This puzzle game (especially Picross mode) really gets my wheels turning which is exactly what I need to distract me from a long period of boredom, or just if I feel like it. I have one question though: Is .projekt like project as in a project you are working on, or project as in projecting something to a wall? One thing I can suggest is a creative mode, where you can just create whatever shapes you want and it shows what each side would look like, and then somehow you could save it. It would also be fun to see a High Stakes mode where it only tells you that you got a block wrong at the end when you press some sort of finish button. Thanks for an awesome game.
At first I thought this game was a way too short, then I realized you can play each puzzle three ways, and...it was still too short. But only because I enjoyed it so much! I hate a lot of minimalist-look puzzlers, because it seems like the developers were just lazy...in this case, the gradients make it easier to visualize which piece is where, and the design choices and transitions are nicely done. The music is relaxing. Mechanics are excellent. Often these types of 3D puzzles feel clunky with a touch screen, but on my iPad, I didn’t have a lot of “that’s not the piece I wanted, dang it!” Night mode was a well thought out touch. Well worth the price! If I were to make one suggestion, it might be a “looks like you solved all the levels, go back in and solve them in other modes!” prompt. Also, the “picross” isn’t properly picross, since he blocks don’t need to be touching each other.
I love this game. It’s my zen time. Great music, great concept, not too hard or stressful but definitely makes me think. But I’ve run out of levels and I don’t know how to go further? The description says there’s 60 levels but I think I’ve run out after 20. If there’s another menu somewhere I have no idea how to find it. I love the game and want to go further. I’ve gone back and am redoing the levels I did before I realized the best challenge was to complete the levels in the minimum numbers of moves, but I’m almost done with that too. I wish navigation was more intuitive and I could jump to settings easier too in the middle of a game. And what are the black dots above the level dots, what do they mean? Still giving it 5 stars because the game is great. Just with navigation was improved.
Update: I’ve finished the game now; even though the puzzles didn’t take me any longer than 30s-1m tops, I was engaged the entire time playing the game. What does that say about the polish and the beautiful concept. Once again I think a new mode with a third projection view would be a lot of fun It took me until level 20 (when the game throws a new twist on you) to realize every puzzle can be solved with one simple algorithm. I won’t tell the world in the hopes they don’t figure it out themselves but the game lost its luster a little bit when I realized none of the puzzles were challenging to me anymore. Very good execution on the developers part, the game looks and runs great. Maybe a 3rd projection view might add a new twist in a future update? Anyways, I still recommend this app to everyone for the value. (Spatial awareness is a great way to exercise your brain!)
Developed by Kyrylo Kuzyk.
.projekt is ranking in Games & Puzzle
Last update was at Jan 11, 2020and the current version is 126.96.36.199.
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.projekt have a 3 966a user reviews.
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