Game Troopers is at it again with a new game for Windows Phone; this time taking a more zen-like approach. Lines is the name of the developer's latest game, which asks player to complete the task of filling in complex patterns with colorful lines in an effort to create the longest line.
Here's a breakdown of some of the game's features:
- Play a staggering amount of 250 unique puzzle levels. All randomized every time you play them again.
- 5 game modes: Point, Eraser, Rope, Knife, and Mix mode.
- Win a level several times in a row to set a winning streak and earn medals.
- Play under pressure in the Daily Challenge, in which you only get one chance!
The game is essentially a very relaxed race as player place dots guiding their line around the pattern. Best of all? Lines has 20 Xbox achievements for players to try to snag as they play along. If you're interested in checking out Lines, you can grab the game for $2.99 at the store link below.
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