Prismatica is a puzzle game that is as easy to solve as Rubik’s Cube. Puzzles will give you a difficult challenge, which is just perfect as a brain training game.
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Inspired by Rubik’s Cube, Prismatica brings challenging colour matching puzzles in a new and refreshing way. You need to follow a logical pattern to solve each puzzle, which can be frustrating if your logic is as good as mine.
Rotating mechanism is simple to learn and you will get hooked to Prismatica in no time. All you have to do is to rotate colours so they match a specified combination. Sounds easy, but the game is so difficult at higher levels. Not only you have to rearrange pieces on boards, but you also have to place a third colour on the designated spot. For example, you have red and yellow colours, and if you combine them you get orange. Now orange has to be places just between first two colours in order to complete the level. Just as well there is a good relaxing soundtrack, to keep you calm while messing around with Prismatica puzzles.
The concept is so simple, yet developer managed to create an addictive gameplay. Starting with only two boards to get you intrigued, and then adding some difficulty to test your logical skills is why this game is so entertaining. We don’t see such creative game concept every day, and surely it’s a welcomed change.
Colourful hexagons represent board pieces that need to be swapped around. With straightforward controls, that include clicking a mouse, you will have no trouble mastering the gameplay. However, realigning the pieces will give you a hard time. It was inspired by Rubik’s Cube and we all know how much fun that one was.
Alpha gameplay is seamless, there were no bugs and no crashes. Full version should not have any problem, though I cannot see why it’s still in Alpha. After playing Prismatica for an hour, I can honestly say the game was fun. This is not an ordinary colour matching game, or some match 3 title. Recommended for puzzle fans.
Prismatica is being developed by Loomus Games, independent developer who normally works at CCP Games. Developing games is his favourite hobby, though he might be involved in that EVE monument building. Developer is also known by a name of Thordur Matthiasson, his life mission is to create fun and challenging games, and so far he is doing a good job. Visit Prismatica website to find out more about the game and ask Thordur to release the game as soon as possible.
Prismatica will be released for PC, Linux, Mac, Windows Phone, iOS and Android, sometime in the near future.
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