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    Published: 2012-11-13, by .

    Colonize is an original puzzle/defense game based on Conway's theory of finite groups

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    • Original
    • Highly challenging
    • Sync mobile and web version
    • Global leaderboards and weekly contests
    • 200+ levels, 4 different game modes
    • Graphics

    "Lab work"

    Don't be scared of the words "Theory" and "Finite". The game is easy to understand yet difficult to master. Imagine you're looking through a microscope, treating cells to discover a cure for toxic infections. Your goal is making colonies of good cells grow while containing infections and avoiding wrong patterns that will drive them to self-destruction.

    Thus, follow the instructions (a few introductory levels) in order to know how to make colonies grow and how to avoid avoid those destructive patterns. Likewise, learn how to fight infections and discover cures. There are up to five different cell types to deal with.

    In addition, there are over 200 challenging levels, increasing complexity. Actually, we want to let you know that the game reaches insane levels of difficulty. Hope you're a puzzle-killer. Likewise, there are four play modes: puzzle, defense, sandbox and contests; however some of the requires playing previous game mode to get them unlocked. Multiplayer mode is currently only available in the web version of Colonize.

    Colonize is a simple game regarding graphics, however, it's highly playable and challenging and comes with some feature that makes the difference: like weekly contest on the website and a full sync between mobile and web version of the game. Highly recommendable.

    Tags: colonize , colonization , appszoom play synchonization

    Manu Appszoom logo

    by Manu , Appszoom

    Nov 13, 2012

    Users review

    from 13 reviews

    "Great"

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    Users comments for Colonize

    Lyric Waugh

    by Lyric Waugh

    Mar 22, 2015  |  "Poor"

    Dhabi's crick sdosent make sense

    brandon matt

    by brandon matt

    Mar 02, 2015  |  "Awesome"

    I like it