Blackbox – mind puzzles game
Award-winning IQ brain puzzle
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ChoccyLego - 2020-10-26 20:17:09
So I downloaded this game because I was looking for puzzle games and the only ones they had were the games where you have to move around a chicken to find an egg, or make a house put of weird blocks, but I’ve played all those games before. Then I found Blackbox. I read the most helpful reviews, and they all recommended it, and all the critical reviews basically all said it was too hard. And sure, this game isn’t for everyone, but if you want a game that will challenge you and give you those aha moments, download Blackbox. It’s one of the best puzzle games out right now.
Acahill4338 - 2020-10-26 06:24:44
Easy to play, satisfying to win
This game is phenomenal; it really makes me think outside of the box. I don't want to spoil anything of the puzzles, but like other reviewers I do believe some puzzles are difficult (or even impossible) depending on where you live. So far, I'm really enjoying the interactiveness through the notifications and messages from the developer as well as the different actions I have to perform that I would regularly not do, or would be embarrassed to do in public. 😆 Overall, definitely worth downloading. Simple to understand, not-so-simple to win.
idek at thai point - 2020-10-26 14:21:25
This game is the best game I’ve played on my phone and with friends it’s so amazing I recommend to all my friends with iPhones. Outta levels don’t want to buy more though.:(
Known bugs: – The challenge above the Notification settings is crashing on open – The hint/merch store crash on open if VKontakte is installed Fixes coming ASAP!
So you think you understand this thing you’re holding? Think again. Stop tapping. Stop swiping. In fact, stop touching the screen at all. To crack Blackbox’s puzzles you’ll need to find solitude and stillness, climb mountains, call on friends, get in tune with the cosmos, and think outside the box. Minimalistic visual clues make for incredibly satisfying “Aha!” moments, while sonic interfaces provide an extra level of guidance and nuance that makes Blackbox accessible with or without vision. Thoughtful haptic feedback, Easter eggs on Easter eggs, and solutions that can’t be found beneath the glass of your screen redefine what a puzzle can be. You’ll never see your device the same way again. Think you’re clever? Prove it. (Blackbox is a living game under active development by Ryan McLeod. When not eating burritos or drinking coffee, he’s busy designing and developing new Blackbox challenges.) ■