by: Robert La Rocca • 8
Robert La Rocca's Equate is a challenging puzzle game which features a simple gameplay.
The goal is to bring both the blue and the red box to its corresponding circle. The difficulty lies on the game's dynamics: when you move one box, the other moves in the opposite direction. In order to get both boxes closer to the goal, you'll have to make the most of the walls. Of course, when you move, for example, the blue box, if the red box is against a wall, it won't move. Play with that logic to find the solution to the puzzle.
Equate's gameplay is as simple as addictive. You'll find yourself racking your brains to beat each level. However, it falls short on graphics and controls. Especially the latter: there should be a more intuitive way to move the boxes than those arrows.
I'm also missing a moves counter and maybe different game modes, including time challenges.
Regardless, a good time-killer option for fans of puzzles.
by Manu , Appszoom
Apr 30, 2014
Equate is a puzzle game with nearly infinite levels. Levels are randomly generated and always solvable.
How to play:
Each level has a blue block, a blue circle, a red block, a red circle, and orange walls.
You control the blue block with the arrows.
When you move the blue block, the red block will move in the opposite direction.
When you try to move in a direction that is blocked by a wall, the blue block will not move but if the red block can move in the opposite direction, it will still move.
If you move the blue block into a direction that is not blocked, but the red block is blocked by a wall in the opposite direction, the blue block will move and the red block will not.
To win you must get the blue block on the blue circle and the red block on the red circle at the same time.