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Slice shapes with precision in puzzler sequel Ultra Sharp

By , on June 13, 2018
Last modified 1 week, 1 day ago

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1Button's history is one of cleverly minimalist puzzle games and challenging arcade games; Ultra Sharp, the sequel to the oriignal Super Sharp, adds another round of physics-based challenges to that roster of titles.

Much like its predecessor, Ultra Sharp presents you with dozens of stages constructed from colorful shapes, precisely placed for you to slice apart and have collapse, tumble, and fall in ways that solve puzzles. You may have to cut shapes in the best way so the pieces touch hard-to-reach stars or drop a cube into a specific area, among other objectives, but each level is a test of predicting the domino effect of shapes in motion.

SImply planning your slices so shapes fall as desired can be a tricky task, but Ultra Sharp regularly adds new mechanics that smartly build upon that idea. Blocks that have different gravitational orientations, rotating shapes, shapes hanging from ropes, ramps and platforms and barriers, and much more across the game's 192 levels (with more expected to be added in future updates).

Ultra Sharp can be downloaded for free from the App Store, and includes in-app purchases to remove adds and let you skip levels.


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