Rack Your Brain With PentomIQ for Android
If you like sliding puzzles but get bored with them after a while, then you should definitely check out the game that XDA member pidipius and his friend made for you. The game basically is a way to show your friends that you have a higher (or lower, depending on the outcome) IQ than them. The app is a slider game, however, it adds tons of complexity by making the flat pieces that you are used to into “pentomino” pieces, which according to the dev are pieces that are comprised of 5 squares of equal size that are put together to form different geometries. The objective of the game is to solve the puzzle by arranging these pentomino pieces and making it look like the target configuration. The winner will be the one with the lowest number of moves to accomplish the task. The game offers several levels (about 54 to be more precise) all of which increase in difficulty as you move along.
The dev is looking for feedback on features and bugs, so please if you do try it, leave some feedback and comments behind.
We (me and my friend) have made an addictive game about 7 types of intelligence.
The PentomIQ is our first android game.
You can find more information in the game thread.
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