Developer – Michael Le
Size – 64.02 MB
Price – $.99
LYNK Game Overview
You remember mazes from grade school, right? Think of LYNK as a maze game on steroids. This puzzle game play is really simple and easy to pick up: use your finger to connect two dots. Easy enough, right? Not so fast. The game will throw in a series of obstacles, color dots and green squares adding new elements of difficulty as the game proceeds. In the example pictured to the left, you have to maneuver your line between the two large blue dots while crossing through each green square and keeping the purple and orange dots on separate sides of the line, ultimately connecting the two blue dots. This was level thirty and took me a couple minutes of scratching the old noodle and a total of eight or nine attempts to figure it out. There are a total of one hundred and thirty levels (They just added 10 more so download the new version if you happened to make it through all 130), so you can only imagine if the difficultly continues to rise, this little app will chew up some time. I am currently on level forty-five and have been playing off and on for two days.
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This is a cool take on mazes and is a different style of puzzle game which provides quick entertainment and makes you utilize a little brain power. It is really straighforward to play, but offers enough unique challenges to provide a decent amount of game plan while reinventing itself right before you start to get bored with it. This gaming app isn’t a going to provide fifty or one hundred hours of game play, but for .99 cents it’s a great value and is available offline. My recommendation is to wait until your next flight and play it during the dreaded “airplane mode only” announcement from your airplane pilot, who hopefully isn’t thinking the same thing.