Bend your mind around beautiful solids with Umorphia!
An original 3D Sudoku-type puzzle!
Enjoy for free, a limited number of puzzles on two attractive solids!
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Umorphia is an original Sudoku-type 3D puzzle played on the surfaces of solids. It can also take corresponding 2D forms soon to be featured.
Challenge your mind with a limited number of puzzles played on two interactive polyhedra.
To solve a puzzle, fill in all empty number cells with the correct figure and then enjoy the much deserved celebration animations.
Two simple rules will take you up to level 2 (two stars) and Freestyle (no stars):
- Adjacent number cells belonging to different faces must contain the same figure
- Each number must appear once or not at all within a face. Triangles will feature numbers 1-3, squares 1-4 and so on.
The third and last rule applies to level 3 (three stars) or higher. For further details, instructions and more you can visit www.umorphia.com as well as Umorphia's page in Facebook and official videos in YouTube.
For a meditative experience, simply enjoy morphing a solid. Also, touch, rotate, enlarge, shrink, change the appearance and transform a solid into a grid or the other way around. Experience the relaxing effect of observing a highly-symmetric solid as you rotate it in a black deep-space like background while listening to your iPod music.
A great game for lovers of Sudoku-type puzzles looking for alternative challenges.
The "Lite" version features a limited number of unique challenges
Interactive and ergonomic 3D gaming
Dual geometry representation (solid or grid). Both geometries can be color-adjusted, rotated, touched, resized and transformed
Utilizes device tilting and shaking for more intuitive controls. Effects of tilting can be switched off for orientation-free gaming.
Three easy rules that apply across all different game forms
You don't need to perform any mathematical operations, only simple combinations of the numbers 1 to 4 (1 to 8 in the full version)
Game status is automatically saved when interrupted or shut down and is fully recovered at relaunch
Built-in help is available on demand
Free style gaming (no givens, just empty number-cells) in addition to five difficulty levels.
June 28, 2009 Initial Release