Solve The Order Of Operations In These Sequence Puzzle Games
Here is a collection of pure puzzle games that require a great deal of thought, with their brain teasing components. You need to figure out the right sequence to solve these puzzles. The sequences can vary a great deal whether it's moving a character, flipping tiles, folding paper, lifting hooks, layering ribbons, and more. These are so many different styles, and themes, but you still need to methodically figure out the specific order of operations to solve the given puzzle.
In A Good Snowman Is Hard To Build, you will help the monster create friends from snow. You will use your puzzle-solving skills in little areas of the town by rolling snowballs into the correct sizes and then assembling the snowmen.
This puzzle game provides a mix of challenge and elegance.
In Loop:puzzler, just hold down on the anchor to rotate the orb and release when you reach your desired spot. This will also move Loop, so your goal is to guide the robot to the bright tesseract. The game offers 100 challenging puzzles, 14 achievements, and five Game Center leaderboards.
Weave your way through the challenging canvas-colored puzzles.
Strata is a game that will definitely test your puzzle-solving skills. You must weave the colored ribbons correctly to match the patterns on the grid. There are hundreds of puzzles, the ability to undo your moves, and calming music as you play.
A flat Rubik's Cube waiting to be flipped and flopped.
We got to preview the game at GDC in March, and now it's available for everyone. Get ready for an all new puzzle challenge that will test you to flip and flop the tiles to make one uniform grid. It's a bit like a flat Rubik's cube as you try to figure out the right order to flip specific patterns of tiles, so that everything comes together as one.
A math based puzzle game all about getting the right number of sheep on the rafts. To do so, you will need to slice sheep in half with lasers, feed some sheep to wolves, drowned a few sheep, and other morbid activities to get the right numbers.