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Submitted by MikeEaton 750d ago | review

Cyklus Review - Twinfinite

The iOS and Android as gaming platforms have over the years built up an impressive lineup of games. This has led to an increasingly competitive market in which new titles must either provide a fun and challenging experience while allowing players to be able to play in small installments. For this reason, puzzle games have thrived. Sifting through all the puzzlers available can be like walking into a library and seeing all the books just piled up on the floor — it’s a mess. But hey, that’s why you’re here; to find out which games are worth your time and which ones are best avoided. Cyklus, the latest game by EastAsiaSoftware, is a free sci-fi themed puzzler in which you play as rotating ships that must navigate a series of mazes to make it home. Hit the jump to find out whether this title warrants space on your device or whether you should let it keep drifting through space. (Android, Cyklus, iPad, iPhone) -

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