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Put Your Brain to the Test With MatroDroid for Android
If you are into puzzles and games that will challenge your mind rather than the usual shoot ‘em up, you may want to give MatroDroid by XDA member dtadjiev a shot and see if you like it. The game consists of a puzzle based on graphical theory, which you may need to read a bit about before understanding how to play this game. Once you solve the puzzles, you will be presented with unique images that are exclusive to this game. What is more, the pics in this game can be used as wallpapers as well as they are unlocked. So, if you wanted a few good pictures to add to your collection, look no further.
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MatroDroid – this is a great puzzle game based on a classical problem in graph theory. The reward for winning the levels are wonderful, romantic images of mountain landscapes, made exclusively for this game. 15 stages, 3 levels of difficulty, 15 exclusive photos.
You can find more information in the game’s thread.
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