Posts Tagged ‘Demondrian’

Demondrian: Colour Puzzler Gets Playable Demo [ndrian]

Do we have a category for “things which probably count as news but also double as a way of making other people aware of personal achievements”? No? Then this is NEWS. Welcome to the NEWSDOME. There’s a demo build of Demondrian – a puzzle game about gathering squares into a single ball of colour by using the power of in-game gravity. A demo build which I have finally BESTED*.

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Demondrian: Piet-Based Puzzle Prototype

Prototype puzzle game Demondrian [TIG post] caught my eye this afternoon. As you might have noticed, it takes its visual inspiration from the work of Piet Mondrian, but rather than becoming lost in heavy-handed art references it’s actually a neat-looking puzzle game about shifting shapes and matching colour tiles.

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