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Hands-on with Circix, the head-scratching, line-drawing neon puzzler

By , on May 28, 2014
Last modified 3 months, 3 weeks ago

You might not see it at the top of the App Store charts any time soon. Its basic visuals and sound may dissuade you from downloading it. But don't be fooled by Circix's unassuming nature: this puzzler is just as addictive as the best of them.

The idea of the game is to connect the squares on the field with one another, creating enough connections to match the number on each of the squares.

Sounds easy, and it is to begin with, but hit the harder levels and it becomes a mind-bending nightmare.

Check out our Circix hands-on below.


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