And Round Again Brings Loop Building To Macs
7:02 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story
michi.nu is now offering And Round Again, an interesting puzzle game in which players must create as many loops as possible from randomly appearing segments in the game area. Based on Loopz, the game offers over a hundred different pieces, six difficulty levels, and a variety of secrets to unlock.
So I'm crap at writing catchy marketing blurbs. Let's try some old-fashioned honesty instead: The basic game idea is obviously not mine. It is borrowed from an old Audiogenic game called Loopz that was, unfortunately, less than stellar. To learn more about the game head over to the official website at the link below.
And Round Again
For fifteen years I've been in love with this idea, convinced that it could be turned into one of the most addictive puzzlers ever. But since nobody did it justice, eventually I felt I had to do it myself. This is my third attempt, ten years since the last try, and finally the game is everything I want it to be.
So many times you hear game developers complain that they've played their creations to death while making them, that they can no longer stand them. I've played this game and its predecessor for well over a thousand hours during these years, and my love is as strong as ever. It really is that fun. Give it a try and see for yourself.
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