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    OUYA Developer justapixel's Avatar
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    Flipper - Just A Pixel

    Hey everyone!



    So we officially just released onto Ouya (literally a few minutes ago) with our first game, Flipper.
    It's a minimalistic puzzle game where you have to flip blocks to match the puzzles, with 64 levels (8 in the demo, $1.99 for the unlock).
    The level difficult curve quickly steps up as more colours are introduced, which makes you think about to solve them in the optimal number of moves.

    Be sure to check out the chaser mode too! Earn more time as you match the puzzle as its being created, easy to begin off with but very difficult in the later levels.

    We had a review over on IndieStatik
    A small excerpt from the article
    But the game itself is wonderful! That’s the best word I can think of for it. And I really mean that.

    “Wonderful” is a word that we’re used to hearing; it’s nothing special. Flipper is a grid-based, minimalist puzzle game. Likewise, we’re accustomed to these. But if you melt the word “wonderful” down to the essence of its meaning, then the idea is that whatever it’s being applied to incites wonder or a state of perpetual virtuosity.

    Hope you are all well!

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    OUYAForum Regular Negative Zero's Avatar
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    Downloaded this and liked it. Raced through the first 8 levels then immediately purchased it. If you like to stretch your brain, this game is a good choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Negative Zero View Post
    Downloaded this and liked it. Raced through the first 8 levels then immediately purchased it. If you like to stretch your brain, this game is a good choice.
    We're so glad you liked it! Thank you for supporting us

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