CrossCells is an Strategy and Casual game for PC published by Matthew Brown in 2017. Wanna build your brain muscles?
CrossCells PC Game 2017 Overview:
A challenge giving game where you are going to put your brain into test and improve its abilities.
CrossCells is an ambient logic puzzle game. Use number clues to remove tiles and solve the puzzle. Includes 50 brain teasing puzzles.
Crosscells is weird as it is in no way related to the other games by the same developer, but is a good game in it’s own right. It’s all about different combinations of math, limited to addition, subtraction, and multiplication, but with an emphasis on ordering (for the record the traditional Order of Operations of multiplication superseding physical order isn’t a thing for this). There is no punishment for a wrong answer, which is good because it is all about experimentation to find the correct combination up, down, sideways, and within boxes to find the correct combination. Many puzzles can be solved by simple deduction, but a handful of the most difficult puzzles will require some trial and error (from my experience, at least). Definitely worth picking up along with its cohorts.
Not a Hexcells continuation, as this game has different mechanics, but still contains the same style of satisfying puzzle-solving gameplay. Again, a short completeable game leaving you wanting more! This was a pretty nice and somewhat complex puzzle game. If you enjoy puzzle games, you should try it.
Features of CrossCells:
- 50 well paced, fair and completely solvable puzzles
- Relaxing atmosphere
- Every puzzle feels different
- Nice sounds
Minimum System Requirements:
- OS: Windows Vista or later
- Processor: 2.0Ghz+
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: Shader Model 3.0+
- Storage: 60 MB available space
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