fluxuate27: I've been playing LYNE all week without stopping. Very simple, very addictive. Well worth the money!
Reviewed in Beautiful Games
Another great take on the match-three genre, Lyne requires each match to start and finish at specific points, and you have to complete all matches within those constraints to complete the puzzle. And of course, being on this particular board, it's very pretty to look at too.
Reviewed in Best Minimalist Android Games. Weekly
Lyne - Next in line for a shout-out is the sublime puzzler Lyne. As the name would suggest, playing this one entails using a single line to join shapes of the same type, while ensuring that your multiple lines never intersect. While this core concept stays the same throughout, Lyne does a remarkable job of increasing difficulty to keep you hooked.
Deceptively simple. Infinitely complex. LYNE is a minimalist puzzle game that will knot your brain as it calms your soul. Connect the shapes. Fill the board. Lose yourself in the interflowing paths of LYNE.
"I highly recommend grabbing LYNE if you’re a fan of relaxing puzzle games." - AppAdvice, 5/5
"LYNE offers a brilliant dose of puzzling fun." - AppSpy, 5/5
"Lyne is a slick, contemplative puzzler that you'd be a fool to miss" - PocketGamer, 9/10
"Great design, both from an aesthetic standpoint and also regarding its difficulty curve." - MacLife, 4/5
"LYNE is a game worth checking out." - 148Apps, 4/5
- Hundreds of pre-built puzzles
- An infinite number of procedurally-generated puzzles, released daily
- No in-app purchases. No ads.
- Slick, intuitive interface
- Soothing dynamic audio
- Unlockable colour palettes
- Finalist, IndieCade 2014
- Best Puzzle Game, Tabby Awards 2014
- Finalist for Audio Design at Freeplay 2013
- Honorable Mention for Design at Freeplay 2013
“The whole thing is a gentle puzzle game that’s thoroughly enjoyable, which is rare because the majority of puzzle games frustrate the hell out of me.” - IndieStatik.com
“From the get go, LYNE exudes a very zen feel. The ambiance is calming, the layout simple and clean. ... if you're in it for the challenge to your brain, dim the lights, find a quiet place, and get to solving.” - JayIsGames.com