Loop

loopIt’s holiday season (well, at least it is here in Oz!) so time for some game reviews we reckon. Matt, our game guy has disappeared off the radar for a while, so I’ll review a couple of recent ones that I have just installed. The first, is called ‘Loop’ and it’s one of those minimalist games without much in the way of instructions, but it is very simple to get started – just tap something and you soon get the idea of what to do to solve the puzzle.

To describe it in words isn’t that easy, but basically you have to rotate segments so they line up and make circles, lines and, yes you guessed it, loops. Once you align all the segments, you have solved the puzzle and you move onto the next. I don’t know how many levels there are in the game, but I’m over 300 so far and still going, so it will take you a while to get to the end I suspect! The levels get progressively harder but it just takes longer to solve them rather than being too much harder. There is also a ‘hidden’ game in there as well – see if you can figure out how to play it.

For a free game, this offers great value and it is one of those games you can have in your collection that you can start up quickly and play a few levels to relax.

While it would be possible to play on a phone, it would have to be one of the larger sized models to be clear for those of us with glasses I think.

Andy

Androids4Seniors

Loop
Price : Free
Size : 3.3Mb
Needs : 4.03+
Android Game Review : Loop


 

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About the Author : Andy describes himself as "an older geek" and has been assisting seniors with understanding technology for many years. He is involved with his local seniors computer club and believes that seniors appreciate assistance from those of a similar age group.

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