Buttons and Scissors

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Buttons and Scissors

JohnBButtons and Scissors is a bright and simple puzzle game from KyWorks. It utilizes a straightforward design that's as simple as dragging lines across your screen. The puzzles it creates using colored buttons range from basic to intricate, affording you plenty of challenge when you're in the mood for a little brain teaser.

Buttons and ScissorsEach level in Buttons and Scissors has colored buttons sewn onto a piece of fabric. To remove them, simply draw an unbroken line connecting buttons of the same color. The scissors automatically come out and make the incisions, dropping the buttons so you can cut more bits from the screen. Once every button has fallen, you're ready for another stage!

The chopping mechanic in Buttons and Scissors is extremely satisfying, as is the fact that you can make multiple lines without waiting for one cut to complete. The real selling point for the game, however, are the hundreds of levels at your fingertips. Not handfuls or dozens, but hundreds, spanning small pocket sizes to larger 7x7 layouts. It's plenty to keep you coming back for more for weeks on end.

NOTE: This game was played and reviewed on the Nexus 4. Game was available in the North American market at the time of publication, but may not be available in other territories. Please see individual app market pages for purchasing info.


A really beautiful game.
Not too hard, nice game for a short commuter ride.
I bought the pro version almost immediately.


I like this a lot. :) Question--is there a way to disable the score notifications from Game Circle? I have the pro version. Popups are annoying.


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