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Solve tricky logic puzzles in The Sequence 2, releasing on iOS next month

By , on July 11, 2018
Last modified 4 months, 1 week ago

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The Sequence 2 is an abstract logic-based puzzler in the vein of games like SpaceChem and Perfect Paths, challenging you to construct elaborite Rube Goldberg-esque mechanisms that work in harmony to transport inputs to a waiting output.

Your goal is simple: manuever a red circles across the hexagonal grid to an exit tile. But that's not so easy when you need to do so by synchronizing numerous nodes to work together to move those circles through the tight map, not just once but in repeatable cycles that don't stall mid-loop. 

The nodes you place have various functions, from pushing or pulling circles to rotating their position. Combining those functions allow you to methodically build and optimize complex solutions that work like clockwork.

The Sequence 2 can be preordered for $1.99 on the App Store, and will be releasing on August 2nd.


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