I was wrong. About a week ago Alewyn Burger, the author, contacted me about his game. WrapSlide is different in a significant way. See the heavy black lines that divide the shape into 4 quadrants? You cannot slide a single row or column. Instead, you will slide them all together. Meaning: you can slide only 4 things: the southern hemisphere or the northern hemisphere or the eastern or western.
You have the controls to set the level of difficulty. See the first image? Your task is to get the yellow squares into 1 quadrant. As your understanding of the puzzle increases, you can increase the level of difficulty by making the grid larger and have more colors.
I started with the easiest level to get the feel for the game - it's more challenging than I thought. Then I jumped to 4 colors with the smallest grid. Getting the first color is relatively easy. The second color wasn't too bad. But I was not able to get the third & fourth which of course must be solved simultaneously.
WrapSlide is a serious FREE puzzle app game. Definitely, give it a shot.
On another note: this blog finally has 150 followers. It's taken 4 years to get that far. Because there are about 500 visits/day, I'm guessing that some people are not signing up as followers because they don't want junk email. Just so you know: you will never get any email from this blog. Unless you write to me.
Created by Alewyn Burger, a scientist at Stellenbosch University (South Africa), Wrapslide may look like only one more toroidal sliding square astound. Be that as it may looks, for this situation, are exceptionally misdirecting. The development mechanics are not the same as the normal ones, and produce an extremely difficult riddle.Have a nice day.:)ReplyDelete