The popular puzzle game Glean has gone on sale on the Windows Phone Store. Not only is this a sale, but you're able to pick up the title for absolutely nothing. If you're not familiar with the name, the goal of the Glean is for players to draw a path with their finger from a provided starting point, collecting all the small and large objects without crossing paths.
It may sound like a simple concept, but it can prove challenging. Hop past the break for more details and download links.
In total, there are 160 levels spanning 8 worlds. It's a super addictive game and easy to get the hang of thanks to an animated tutorial. The graphics are simple but effective and the overall presentation is pleasing to the eye. We've wasted hours wrapped up in completing each level.
There's already a free version of Glean, alongside this premium upgrade, but players are greeted by advertisements. It's good to see the developer offer the title for free to get more consumers on-board. You can download Glean from the Windows Phone Store for free (usually $1.29).
This offer will end in 72 hours (UK and US only), after which the price will be reinstated and you'll have the option to purchase the full game or enjoy the free version.
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