Koutack


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Koutack

DoraOne click. How much trouble could you possibly get into with just one click? Stellar-Ø serves up sneakily simple-looking one-click puzzling Koutack, where all you need to do is get all the tiles on the playing field into a single stack. Just click anywhere on the board, and any adjacent tiles will hop towards your cursor and combine. Keep going until all the tiles on the board have been combined into one neat little tower, finishing up on any star tiles to smash them to pieces. Easy, right? Hah. Aheh. Ahahah. AHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!... uh... what maniacal laughter? No, no, just play the pretty little game, it couldn't possibly give you any trouble! This is one of those perfectly playable little gems of a casual puzzle game that effortlessly embodies the three S's... simple, stylish, and surprisingly freakin' hard. It requires more thinking than you might, uh, think, making it a beautifully zen-like experience that will fit into your day at any time. If there were more elegant puzzles like this out there, there internet would be a vastly cooler place, and Koutack will help make it happen, one click at a time.

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6 Comments

oh, that's evil.

In the best possible way.

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marshalljpeters Author Profile Page February 25, 2013 12:42 AM

Can't seem to get the last level, and I'm missing the stars on 9 others.

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poor me.

Brilliant design all the way through!
Knowing myself, I won't move on the next level before I get that star well smashed.

poor, poor me. :P

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Cyclothymia Author Profile Page March 21, 2013 2:21 AM

Yay, finally all stars! Starred solution to last level here:

Top corner (x,y) = (0,0)

(2,0)(3,0)(1,2)(2,2)(3,1)
(1,4)(2,4)(3,5)(4,5)(4,4)
(3,2)(4,2)(3,4)(4,4)(4,3)
(5,2)(5,3)(6,3)

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MrsRavoon Author Profile Page March 25, 2013 10:32 PM

I can't figure out the rule for how the colors interact, nor the implications of a square having colored corners. Anyone?

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Cyclothymia Author Profile Page March 28, 2013 1:50 AM

@ MrsRavoon:

If you combine the same colour on top of a multi-coloured tile, it switches the stack to the other colour in the game.

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