[Steam Release] Flip, a puzzle for your eyes and your brain

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  1. Labrino

    Labrino New Member

    Jan 15, 2016
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    Flip is a puzzle game for your eyes and your brain.

    Its simple mechanic resembles a 1D Rubik's cube and leads to deep and strategic gameplay. Its difficulty level ramps up at players pace, and it contains thousands of puzzles. Play just to chill out or exercise your brain when you have some spare minutes.

    February 16th will be a re-release (Flip was released on 2014). It includes improved graphics, gameplay and achievements, which are specially tailored for Steam.

    • Four puzzle types designed to challenge your perception in different ways.

    • Simple: match the colors in the minimum amount of moves.

    • Sided: match both colors and orientations.

    • Wired: untangle the puzzle! Follow the cable to find the correct position.

    • Image: reconstruct the image form the broken parts.

    • Colorblind friendly








    "It’s a clever concept, asking the player to switch chained pieces to match a pattern, and the phsyical act of moving each part of the puzzles is as satisfying as patting a baby lamb on the head."

    - Adam Smith, Rock Paper Shotgun

    "It's like a Rubik's cube, but in one dimension!"

    - Some tester I met at a bar


    Website: http://www.perroelectrico.com/flip/

    Store: http://store.steampowered.com/app/365510

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