Featured Play Store Newbie: Lines & Puzzles [Brain & Puzzle]

We recently featured Four in a Row HD +Riddles by Alberto Hernandez, and he just came out with another one called Lines and Puzzles. It’s a similar game but it’s based on Gomoku. In case you’re wondering what Gomoku is, it’s similar to Connect Four, but you need to get five in a row and pieces can be placed anywhere you want (non gravitational) as long as it’s on an intersecting line (like the picture above). Lines and Puzzles offers some variations like  3-in-line (tic-tac-toe), 4-in-line, or 5-in-line Freestyle Gomoku. You have your choice of themes which include wood, chalk, printed paper, Go-like (traditional Gomoku), or neon for boards up to 15 x 15.

You can play against the AI or against a friend, with your choice of six types of games: 3-in-line (3 x 3), 4-in-line (5 x 5), 5-in-line (7 x 7), 5-in-line (9 x 9), 5-in-line (11 x 11), or 5-in-line (15 x 15). Also just like Four in a Row HD, you can play what’s called riddles, which are partially played games. You are presented a game after a certain amount completed moves. It’s your job to win in less than the given amount of moves so it actually trains you to be a better player. There are over 100 riddles included with the Free version, and another 100 available via an in-app purchase. That in-app purchase will also get rid of the ads.

Features:

  • Nice artificial intelligence
  • Statistics
  • Unlimited undo
  • Phone and tablet support (from low-resolution to Full HD devices)
  • Portrait and landscape orientation
  • App to SD
  • Small memory footprint

Lines and Puzzles is free so check out the video below and hit one of the download links to get started.

 

 

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  • Alberto Hernández

    Thanks for the mention! Hope you like it, the riddles are challenging and teach the strategy from the start. Please rate in the Store if you like it, thanks!