Figure Out The Next Pattern in Magic Point for Android
Our brains are capable of accomplishing everything and anything that we can throw at them. The ability to reason and use logic is what set us apart from other species in the animal kingdom. But it doesn’t have to be used only for dull and boring tasks, as our brain likes to have fun while doing some exercises as well. So, if you feel like taking your brain out for a spin, make sure that you check out a game created by XDA member tum0rc0re. In Magic Point you will need to use your ability to think beyond by trying to determine what will be next in a sequence of images composed by white dots that are aligned in a 5×5 grid. This is similar to those problems that you used to do in math back in school where you needed to determine the next numbers in a sequence. It is fun, addictive, and will get you to use your God given logic skills for a little while.
The dev is looking for feedback on the game, which can be freely obtained (at least the lite version can). Please share your comments with the dev.
Magic Point is an interesting test-game for your brain.
Test your logic, show to your friends and compare who is the best.
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