Scrambled Net by Moonblink
500,000 - 1,000,000 downloads
- Simple but challenging
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Addictive and simple puzzle game with five difficulty levels
In this app, your aim is to connect the terminals to the server by rotating the given tiles (touch a tile to rotate it), which are correctly placed but randomly rotated. That is, a fun and addictive puzzle game.
There are five difficulty levels available if you want a more challenging puzzle, but if you're stuck and don't know how to continue, there's also a Hint section for you to read carefully, as well as wide instructions on how to play correctly (although everything's pretty simple to understand).
In conclusion, this game developed by Moonblink is a great app for challenging yourself with apparent simple puzzles that can end up being very complicated. You'll spend some time trying to figure them out, so make sure that you've got plenty of time to spare when you download it.
Please see the in-game help for more information; press "menu" -> "More..." -> "Help".
Sorry, but due to the time consumed by my regular paid job, I'm no longer able to support hobby projects like Scrambled Net.
Fixed "pop" sound when locking tile.
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Anna Grace.
I absolutely love this game. But now that I've upgraded to the S5 the game size is tiny! Please update for larger screens for 5 stars again.
Can you please make it compatible with bigger devices... It's unplayable right now.
Screen size is so small in a note 3 that it is in payable. Dev. Need to be full screen. Great game otherwise.
On my Note 3 the tiles are almost too small to tap. Still uses elements from older versions of Android. Still a fun puzzle game just needs some dev attention.
The only thing that should be added in is a stat tracker for how many tiles were unused at the end. Earlier today I finished one with eight tiles left over. This game is so fun and easy to learn, even my five year old loves it. Works great on my Motorola Xoom.
I used to play this game for hours on my Evo 4G. When I upgraded to the Nexus 5 the game became unplayable. Please add support for higher resolution screens.