Lines Free by Nestor Yavorskyy Reviews

Titanium Dragon
Titanium Dragon
TSA Score for this game: 226
Posted on 03 January 18 at 13:23
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Lines Free is a very, very simple puzzle game. The goal of the game is to completely fill up a grid of dots with colored lines, which must start and end in colored circles.

This seems very simple, but like many such puzzle games, it is harder than it seems. That being said, the game is perhaps a bit too easy; there’s 50 puzzles in it, but after about the first 20 or so, it seemed like the game had showed you all the tricks it had, and thus, the rest of the puzzles were rather simply solved using the things you’d learned solving the first 20 or so puzzles.

As a result, I’m not really sure that the last 30 or so puzzles were really necessary, as they felt like they didn’t really introduce any new complications or twists and turns.

In the end, this wasn’t a terrible puzzle game to mess around with for an hour, but it isn’t really something I can recommend, either. If puzzle games are up your alley, this might be okay, but it is a bit on the simple side even for a puzzle game. On the other hand, it is absolutely free, so if you are curious, taking a poke at it won’t hurt you.
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