Doors is a challenging puzzle game for your Windows Phone were you are presented with a wide range of puzzles. You have to solve the puzzle to open the door and advance to the next level.
Doors has sixty-five levels of play, all that can be re-played. The puzzles range from mathematical puzzles, matching games, and hidden keys type mysteries. The game doesn't have a lot of flair but the puzzles can be challenging. All totaled, Doors isn't a bad option if you're looking for a game to pass short bits of time with.
The main menu for Doors has options to continue your game, pick a level to play, mute the sound, and access the help section. Levels are progressive in that you have to complete level one before you can play level two and so on. Once you've played a level you can go back and re-play things.
Puzzles start off a little on the easy side with movement tutorials. Puzzles can be rather self-evident while others you're going to have to use a little imagination. Some require you to shake the Windows Phone, tilt it or turn the phone upside down to solve.
Doors is a nice option if you need a game to pass short bits of time with. The puzzles can be challenging and a little frustrating at times. Doors is a free, ad-supported game for your Windows Phone 8 and 7.x devices.
You can find Doors here in the Windows Phone Store.
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