|By PR.com Newswire||
|August 16, 2014 03:00 AM EDT||
Sequim, WA, August 16, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Panal Puzzle is a simple, yet challenging puzzle game about shape and color that builds on the traditional block or tangram style puzzle by incorporating color into the mix. As you place the pieces on the board, the overlapping red, green, and blue tiles turn white. When the entire board has turned white you've solved the puzzle.
Panal Puzzle offers a truly unique experience to gamers that have been inundated by the many tangram and block style puzzles currently available. The interlocking pieces add a layer of depth and logic not seen in more traditional, flat puzzles. Unlike many of the competitors pieces can be rotated left and right and also minimized to accentuate the clean interface of the game.
The $1.99 paid version offers just under 400 puzzles arranged in 7 sets. The first few sets are straightforward but the final puzzles offer the player almost no clues about where the interlocking pieces need to be placed. The free version offers over 150 puzzles comprising the first 3 sets of the paid version. The remaining 4 sets can be unlocked via an in-app purchase.
Panal Puzzle is available now on Google Play, the Amazon Appstore, and the App Store. Each version also features translations into English and Spanish.
Panal Puzzle is a production of J&J Studios LLC. J&J Studios LLC is a husband and wife team located on the Olympic Peninsula in Sequim, WA. They focus on high quality games that bring a unique element to more traditional games.
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