Have you ever Tried the mobile game, Flow Free? Flow Free by Big Duck Games LLC. is a very simple, addicting puzzle game about connecting pipes, and filling out grids. Also a great game to make you paranoid about whether or not you are color blind.
The goal is simple: you must touch & drag the color dots and match them up to create pipes or “flows”. Create a blue line from blue dot to blue dot, a green line between green dot and green dot, etc etc. The puzzle part, or tricky part, is you can not cross pipes (unless playing flow bridge version) , and you MUST fill out every square on the grid. The puzzle is complete when every flow is connected, and the whole grid is filled out. That simple. Made even simplier by the really, fluid touch controls…just press and slide your finger across the path you want!
The addicting part comes the fact the game has multiple puzzle packs, each one containing 100+ different puzzles to solve, and even more so if you decide to upgrade! The game is free, but for a low amount (I think I paid 1.99) you can unlock the full version which gives you a ridiculous amount of puzzles. I would count them, but it hurts my head everytime I consider how many I have to solve. NOT to mention that within each puzzle pack it starts off easy with 6×6 grids 5 flows progressin up to 10×10 9 flows! (more difficult packs go up to crazy grids like 14×14 13 flows)
Like this one, i dubb ” Bite ME ” :
But don’t worry you can easily start off with the easy, smaller grids and slowly work your way up to the tear inducing puzzles. There is simple sound effects when you click things, but no music so you can easily listen to your favorite music or pretend to listen to your friends trying to tell you that same boring story again. Each individual puzzle can take 30 secs to 5 minutes or even an hour for those puzzly challenged making it a perfect game for on the go or whenever you have time to kill!
A insanely, addicting puzzle game with simple mechanics that’s great for the whole family. I highly recommend you try it out, and that’s all there is to it!
If you would like to see the game in action, and how the controls work, check out my video showcase of it here: VideoVersionofthispost