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Invert presents an intriguing tile flipping challenge that will appeal to enthusiasts of perplexing games like Go, Reversi, Rubik's Cube, and Sudoku. PocketGamer describes the game as a perfect fit for puzzle enthusiasts, and AppAdvice finds the color-shifting tiles mesmerizing. Gamezebo praises its combination of intelligence and welcoming appeal.
In the game, you press buttons situated on a tile grid to flip a particular pattern of tiles aiming to transform all tiles into the same color using minimum moves possible. It may be easy to solve, but solving it well is hard. Invert offers three gaming modes: Campaign, Challenge, and Expert. In Campaign Mode, you have to finish a level within limited moves, but there's no time limit. Challenge Mode demands you to solve levels against the clock and use any number of moves. Expert Mode is similar to Challenge Mode, but significantly harder, requiring you to become an experienced player.
Invert comprises 20 complex patterns of tiles with an infinite number of combinations that promise mind-bending experiences. It offers over 120 expertly crafted levels, with each level having its unique soundtrack. The game further features two unique gameplay modes emphasizing on Campaign and Challenge. Additionally, the Expert Mode has its rules. Invert doesn’t contain any distracting advertisements or commercials, ensuring you have an uninterrupted and immersive on-screen experience.
The developers at Glitchnap in Copenhagen design the Invert game rather than records, and Noodlecake Studios publish it. AppAdvice highlights Invert to Rubik's Cube enthusiasts as an engine-charging game. TouchArcade finds Invert to be a delicious chew for all puzzle fans.