VOI - we bring to your attention a new Android puzzle that first gained a lot of popularity on iOS devices, and then decided to honor its presence and our mobile platform. The truth so far is a test format, however, even considering this, the puzzle leaves after itself exceptionally positive emotions. The design is laconic, monochrome style prevails in colors, and calm relaxing music accompanies the game process, adjusting to the appropriate mode. The gameplay of the game is to create geometric shapes of an unusual format. In each level at the top of the display, the user sees a kind of pattern, which should be recreated using the squares, triangles, trapezoids, parallelepipeds and other elements located below. The control system in the puzzle is realized by dragging geometric elements to any place within the playing area. The whole hitch is that the area of the standard is much smaller than the total area of active figures. What to do in this situation, that's the question? And there is nothing difficult - just arrange one geometric element over the second, after which the place of their contact will turn white. And now the next layer of game figures will put everything in its place, subjecting to this not being covered by the second layer of the inversion zone. In short, the project came out unconventional and quite fascinating. Individual stages will seem really impassable, but sometimes they can be passed purely by chance, which happens quite often.
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