Gridz (Grid 2.0)

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Atomic Cicada, are back with a follow-up to Grid, the puzzler that first launched them onto the casual gaming radar. Gridz features 40 levels of the glyph-turning, energy-channeling goodness you've come to expect from the original, without falling into the classic Hollywood bungle of rehashery." />

Chris and Jeremiah, the talented guys behind Atomic Cicada, are back with a follow-up to Grid, the puzzler that first launched them onto the casual gaming radar. Gridz features 40 levels of the glyph-turning, energy-channeling goodness you've come to expect from the original, without falling into the classic Hollywood bungle of rehashery.

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Had I known to wait for this sequel, I would have burst from the tension. As it is, I'm bursting with glee. Amazing game.

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Chiktionary Author Profile Page November 24, 2009 6:14 PM

Great game :)
If I was younger, I'd pick it up more quickly, but as it is I keep confusing the clockwise and counterclockwise turning thing. So happy there's an undo button.

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Hm. I was having fun but then I navigated away and it forgot my progress. Oh well; maybe I'll want to come back and play it again in a few weeks.

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The new ideas are great, but I like the graphic of prequel more than this.
Anyway, I know I'll need to spend lots of time.

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I've just received an update to the game and it should now save your progress.

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Much better. Thanks, Jay!

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Yeah, that non-saving made me put it down. Thanks for the update!

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Looks like the level I'd lost my progress on was the last. Now I've beaten it -- with saving, it's a pretty fair length and fun straight through.

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What is with this new batch of games that won't let me mute the game?

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Is it just me, or does it undo a random number of steps when you hit the space bar? It seems to do anywhere from 2 to 8 - which breaks your train of thought somewhat and uses a lot of moves.

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Carny Asada Author Profile Page November 29, 2009 7:51 PM

Aaron, there is a mute button on the lower right of the first screen -- hit it before you hit "Play" or "Select Level."

I got Level 40 95 percent complete, then realized my careless turning of a piece in the early stages had closed off the remaining 8 or 9 pieces so that I couldn't reach them. A.R.G.H.

This game is simple, but a lot of fun. It feels like playing chess -- you have to think several moves ahead. Or in my case above, about 350 moves ahead.

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Lovely game!
Wish I could pass level 32!
Any tips somebody?

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this game has made me hate my life ive been playing for about fourteen straight hours now... why cant i understand it.. i am on level 40 finally but cant figure it out.

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Michael March 4, 2010 2:34 PM

I've been on lvl 40 for a about an hour or so, I've almost got it, sept for like two that are turned the wrong way... super hard! when and if I get it, I'll try to pust a link to the screen shot.

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These months later I still come back to play it, even though there aren't any new levels here. I think that means the developers did a good job.

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shadowmax Author Profile Page June 18, 2013 6:39 PM

I love this type of game. My absolute favorite remains Colourshift from 2009.

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