An awesome puzzle game from iOS and Android has just made its way to the Windows Phone Store. We previously covered a similar title, but it was not the official version. This is the real deal. Let’s check out Move by Nitako.
The game is simple. The goal is to move the dots onto the target squares. They all move together in the same direction unless they are blocked.
Here’s the official game trailer (from iOS and Android):
Move starts out really easy. On the first level, there are three dots on the screen and you swipe once to get them inside the squares. It gets tougher as you go to the next levels. Later on, you’ll need to match the colors of the dots with the colors of the squares. The only physical actions required from you are swipes. Swipe left, right, up, or down to move the dots. The other requirement is, of course, your thinking ability.
The number of moves is displayed at the bottom of the board. The lower right corner tells you the perfect amount to get the perfect score of three stars. Just completed a stage in six moves? Try it in four.
We love the simplicity in this game. The colors are bold and the sounds are soothing. We can see ourselves playing this game for a long time.
Move is a free game. There are 3 packs available with 100 levels each. There are 9 other packs within the game that can be unlocked. You can pay $0.99 for each pack, or buy all of them at once for $3.99. We’re still playing in level 30, so we have 270 levels to play that are free. If you play a lot faster than us, then the extra packs could be a great purchase for your new $20 voucher from Microsoft!
Move is compatible with Windows Phone 8 devices. Grab it for free from the Windows Phone Store and let us know what you think in the comments!
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