Phlipple is an entertaining free puzzle video game available for desktop and mobile systems.
The objective of this game is simple, we need to join all the square pieces that are displayed on the screen. Despite to understand the goal of the game is simple, bringing it to a successful conclusion can be a lot more complex, since the square pieces are arranged in the shape of cube, so we will move on a 3D scenario, where we need to sharpen our spatial orientation to be able to fulfill the goal of the game.
The game consists of several levels, and to be able to advance over them we must finish current level, unlocking this way the next level. This way to progress on the game is very correct, because as we move forward in the levels, the difficulty of the game grows and finishing the levels is more complicated. When we finish a level and unlock it, we can return to it at any time by clicking on the green square that represents the level. The levels that we have not yet finished are represented by a yellow square.
When it comes to a new level, we must carefully study the 3D structure in such a way that as we collect the squares, we must take into account the path we follow so we don't left any square along the way. If we don't collect a square and we can't return to pick it up, the level will end and we will be failed. When this happens a message appears on the screen that says “Stuck!”.
By the other hand, if we complet the level correctly, it will appear a different messages depending on the time we have taken to complete such a level. The messages can vary from “Not bad!”, to “Amazing!”.
In addition to selecting very well the way we are going to choose to collect the squares of the screen, also we must have in account the red lines that appear in some levels. These lines indicates that we will not be able to move in the direction that is delimited by the line, making that we should rethink the path to follow.
Sometimes the perspective of the game can be uncomfortable and does not allow to properly see all of the squares that are on-screen. If this happens, we can use the left and right arrows that ar located on the screen, to rotate the figure 3D and see it from a new angle and perspective.
Without a doubt, this game is perfect for those who like games in which we must work our brain to give the correct solution. In addition, it is one of these games that can seem very complicated at first, but after we play it for a few hours, we will acquire a special skill to visualize the 3D figure and know how to move to finish the level.