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Invert Selection Levels Pack


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Invert Selection Levels Pack

Sometimes you want a puzzle game that's brutally difficult, complicated, and full of flair. Sometimes you want a puzzle game that feels like your favourite person gently stroking your hair and murmuring soft reassurances to you on a lazy evening while a cup of your favourite hot beverage warms your palms. Elio's Invert Selection was definitely firmly in the latter's camp, and so of course so too now is Invert Selection Levels Pack. The premise is still the same... your goal is to make the grid image in the main play area look like the one shown in faded overlay by using tools that add, delete, or invert portions of the screen. Just click and drag to select what portion of the grid you want to transform, and then release to activate the change. You have limited turns to recreate the image, and you have to use the tools in the order in which they're presented to you. Throw in a beautiful soundtrack by PiperockArts and a clean and lovely user interface, and you've got a sleek and smart game to engage your brain... now with fifty additional levels!

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Jamilworm January 24, 2015 3:24 PM

This game suffers from the same stupid behavior as the first. I don't want to waste my time on the easy levels that a baby could solve. So I start at level 10. When I beat level ten and click next puzzle, it puts me on puzzle 1. Instead of actually giving you the next puzzle, it gives you the first unfinished puzzle. Idiotic. I'm not going to waste my time clicking back to the level menu every time, and I'm not going to waste my time playing the easy levels. So I'll just not play the game.

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