Touting itself as an optical illusion game, ThinkInvisible has recently landed on the Windows Phone Store after picking up some good reviews on both the iOS and Android platforms.
The game is designed to push your grey matter by getting you to recognise things from the smallest element of an image. The idea for the game is simple enough but the execution on the style and graphics makes this one worthy of checking out. Did we mention it’s free? Read on to find out more..
There are plenty of games out there that attempt to pull off this simple idea but many fail to convert it into something that looks visually interesting. ThinkInvisible clearly have some nice ideas about how to pull this off and the game looks great with its minimal design. Here is what they say about the game.
“I bet you haven’t seen anything like this before: we turned the whole world into an optical illusion! ThinkInvisible is a unique trivia game where you can discover how you imagination works and what your brain is capable of.
Browse through 9 unique sets of pictures (the first two for free), pick one that looks promising and try to recognize it by the small parts we show you. Think of it as a spotlight: it’s showing you only the most important details, forcing your brain to uncover and complete the rest!
By mixing up optical illusions with a puzzle game, we created something so genuine that you have to try out if you’re into unique things.
You’ll be rewarded with points and a little surprise (it’s fun - we promise) - and of course the joy of figuring out the original picture (that’s even more fun - you’ll see).
It’s a good bit of fun and if you like this kind of game to pass the time when you’re out and about then this could certainly be worth checking out.Give it a try and let us know what you think in the comments below..
Download the app from the Windows Phone Store here or use the QR code below.
Thanks to Jonathan Dollison for the tip!!
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