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Rating: 4/5 (105 votes)
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GriffApplicateOn, the author of all our favorite Eyezmaze games has just released a brand new little puzzle game to give us something to play while we wait for the next Grow game, currently in development.

Seek Ver. 0 tasks you with protecting your column of hearts from a stampede of letters sliding in from the right. As letters appear on the conveyor belt, you must quickly find and click the matching letter in the grid below. But if you are too slow, or if you click the wrong letter, one of your hearts will be wiped out.

As you progress through the stages, the game gradually becomes more complicated. For example, stage two adds numbers to the mix, and with each passing stage, the grid gets larger.

This game is just what you would expect from an Eyezmaze game. It has low-profile, high-style graphics paired with simple, intuitive gameplay.

Play SEEK Ver. 0

Cheers to Tonypa for word about the new release!


oh yay! i love eyezmaze games...


Fun game.

Made it to stage 9, 29244 points. The guy with the big fish is plenty irritating.


Level 9!... bah level 5 just started hurting me... my mind clearly can't deal with rotational symmetry...

Dr. Pepsi June 24, 2008 6:08 AM

Stopped playing when the letters turned sideways.

A typing game would be more fun, imo.

Patreon Crew SonicLover June 24, 2008 6:27 AM

I played it for a few levels and then got bored of it.

Anonymous June 24, 2008 6:51 AM

Stage 7: 15,831... definetly became harder once the rotational stuff fell in. No interest to try this more than once.

Sheer_Cold June 24, 2008 8:42 AM

If anyone's intrested, they added 4 more creatures to Hatch Today and 2 more "options"
to Grow Ver. 1.


I replayed it a few times, but the fish guy is the bane of my existence. I am interested though what happens afterwards - has anyone seen the latter levels? Since the game takes a long time to reach stage 9, whereupon I just hemmorage all the hearts in an instant, I'm kinda hard-pressed to replay it a lot.

But judging by the difficulty curve, I guess that in stage 10 the fish guy just puts his face over the camera so you cannot see anything at all or steals your mouse pointer or something to make things even more impossible.


You failed to mention the

flipping tiles

in your review! That freaked me out on my first play, but I got the hang of it by the third one.

Wow, there are some really negative people around this week. CHILL OUT!! This is a lovely little game.


I also think it gets EASIER when the letters are on their sides...it reduces it to symbols rather than "letters and numbers"--helped my brain quit following a QWERTY pattern looking for letters. This is a really well done game!


heh it's amusing how many of us struggle with sideways letters - damnation to our feeble brains

never mind getting as far as this fish guy - sounds intriguing.


a fun little diversion, though after level 5, i just can't seem to keep my hearts from popping left and right.


Made it to level 6, 11963 points. That got really hard as soon as half the letters went gray.


I wonder how much more difficult this must be for On's Japanese audience, assuming their brains aren't conditioned to recognize Latin characters in the same way readers of a language with a Latin writing system are. I, for one, would find this game next to impossible if the characters were Kanji, let alone sideways and mixed-color. Then again, I think the Japanese are exposed to Latin characters much more often than I am exposed to Japanese characters (in a way such that I am expected to understand them).


Just played a couple of levels... it looks interesting and maybe will play some more when I have a little more time.. Mostly quick pattern recognition for now..


Okay, so I played the first level or two and thought, "this will get old fast." I was wrong. Great game; way to keep it interesting as the levels progress.

Wingnut51 June 25, 2008 5:52 PM

Level 10, 32750 points, and never again. I'm fried.


You're not far off, the fish guy has a chinook now and it blocks 2 full rows. That ended my game in no time.


This game is great although I can't get past Level 4. Also, has anyone noticed that

the guy that occasionly starts running around the conveyor belt has the ability to change a block's color to pink that will become a heart when its destroyed?


how do you beat this???


Gotta love the heroic music when you beat a level. Another winner from Eyemaze. ^_^


As Wingnut51 says, once you get to level 10, it's just not worth retrying. Still, 77857.


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