Piece Out is an unusual Android puzzle that offers users to move game elements around the original shape field. The game process has the features of Tetris, but in our case everything is much more complicated - the user has to manipulate blocks of different shapes, which leaves their imprint on the complexity of performing the tasks assigned to each level. In addition, individual elements need not just move, but also rotate by 90 degrees, and strictly clockwise, of course, if they do not go beyond the boundaries of the playing field. The highlight of the gameplay is that we have the right to move the figures in only one direction, which the arrow points to on the element itself tells us. But even this action is not always available, because there may be other elements on the way of the figure, or stand the boundaries of the field. Our goal is to place the figures exactly in the place indicated by the corresponding shades. Meanwhile, if the talk is about any complex figure, then it should be located exactly in full accordance with the destination. In short, in order to cope with the task, you simply need to "grope" for the correct sequence of the steps to be taken. Taking into account that individual pieces can easily get stuck in some parts of the game space, it is better to avoid unnecessary and unnecessary movements. In words, the gameplay is difficult to depict, and perhaps from the description you absolutely did not understand - in the game the understanding comes much faster, so install the puzzle and try to pass all its tests with honor.
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