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Grooh

JohnBGrooh is happygrr! Grooh is also the star of the lovely puzzle adventure Grooh, a tile-based isometric puzzle game that's all about destroying the very floor you walk on. Not only does it provide an ample number of challenging levels to complete, it looks and sounds like a cheery cartoon show, which will make you even more inclined to play it through to the end!

GroohGrooh is locked in a room, and Grooh wants to get out. Use the movement controls on the left (conveniently tilted to match the isometric layout) to walk, and note the strange markings and colors on certain tiles. In order to open the door to each room, you'll need to destroy all of these symbols. To break the tiles, stand on one and press the "floor" icon on the controls to the right. Grooh somehow absorbs the color of the tile below, and as soon as you move from that spot, all adjacent tiles of the same color are destroyed.

It's more than just breaking the floor of an otherwise nice castle, though. Crates must also be dealt with, as well as electrified tiles, teleporters, pits, and more. There are well over 100 puzzles to work through, and each one is smartly designed so you can't just fudge your way to the exit. You actually have to think to beat this one! To top it off, you earn medals for completing stages, the fewer moves the more impressive your medal. Add to that a series of achievements and you've got a perfectly streamlined but utterly engaging puzzle game that looks as good as it plays.

Bonus secret hidden JIG challenge: play four levels of this game and walk away without humming that catchy background tune!

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Patreon Crew SonicLover March 26, 2012 7:45 PM

Oh wow. I downloaded the free demo and Level 16 cracked me. I think if I got stumped that quickly I won't bother with the full version.

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Hi SonicLover,

Level 16 of the demo version is level 48 of the full version. So level difficulty will increase much slower within the full version and players will get used to the gameplay, the different tiles and the puzzle-solving-logic! If you get stuck, you always can contact digidingo for hints.

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Those guys kind of look like Totoro without the ears and some chest details.

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