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Have Fun With “Frame It!” for Android
Do you enjoy logic and puzzle games? If you do, then you may want to check out what XDA member ati88 did for his final thesis project. Frame It! is a game originally intended for children but with increasing levels of difficulty, so it should at least entertain you for a while in the higher levels. The objective of the game is to group the squares by colors in the designated areas in the playing field by moving them around. The starting levels are of low difficulty with only a few blocks to move around and with only 2 colors. However, as you move along, it starts getting more complex as the number for block increases and the number of colors increases as well. Very fun and rather addictive if you are looking for something to kill time with.
Please leave some feedback for the dev if you fine any bugs or if you would like to suggest something.
I’ve just finished with my thesis, which is my very first Android game called Frame It!
This is an addictive logic game mainly developed for children but everybody will have fun with playing with it.
The main goal is to swap the original blocks by selecting areas which have the same color in all corners! In the first levels there are only two colors and fewer blocks but moving forward in the game you will really need to pay attention to solve the whole table.
You can find more information in the game thread.
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