Sometimes the best things in life are simple. Nintaii is one of those things. Similar to the mobile game Brain Cube and the browser game Bloxorz, you control a block on a maze-like stage and must guide it to the exit hole by tipping it end over end. We say "guide", but really we mean "plot a complex path through a nigh-impossible obstacle course"!
At first, it seems easy enough to shove a 2x1 block through a hole, but you'll soon find that each level requires quite a bit of planning. In some levels, you simply have to manipulate the block on a flat stage, whereas in others you need to toggle switches to clear a path. There are over 100 levels in the full game, providing plenty of challenge for anyone made of stern enough stuff to plow through to the end.
On small phone screens controlling the block can be a bit difficult, but overall it just takes some getting used to. You'll often find yourself trapped in an impossible situation and are forced to restart the level. It's frustrating, yes, but with high-difficulty games of this nature, frustration can be a part of the package. If you're not a fan of having to work a little to find the answers, Nintaii might be a bit too much for you. Otherwise, settle in and get ready to work out complex solutions for complex puzzles!
NOTE: This game was played and reviewed on a Motorola Atrix Android Phone. 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.