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Scalak is an unorthodox cubic puzzler from the developer of Zenge and Art of Gravity, releasing this month on iOS and Android

By , on May 15, 2018
Last modified 8 months ago

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Developer Michal Pawlowski's roster of puzzle games all share the traits of being visually unique and relaxingly paced, and the upcoming Scalak looks like a welcome addition among past titles like Zenge and Push.

At its most basic, Scalak look reminiscent of a 3D jigsaw puzzle, challenging you to fit oddly-shaped pieces onto cubic structures. In the trailer, a wide variety of puzzle types are shown, each one building upon that concept in different ways: filling in gaps on surfaces with shaped tiles, rotating sections of cubic levels so special tiles will fit with the correct orientation, and even placing girder-like construction across a structure's vertices. And like his past games, Scalak promises to be a relaxing piece of puzzle solving, letting you test your spatial and logical thinking at your own pace.

Scalak is expected to include 90 levels when it releases on May 23rd for iOS and Android; you can visit the official Scalak site to find more details on the game and developer.