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Sum Links

Elio Landa is the name to look out for if you like your puzzle games simple, sleek, and smart, and Sum Links continues that tradition in a very math-y way. All you have to do to win each level is match the values on the left side of the screen by plotting paths between the numbers on the playing grid. Click and drag to make a line from one number to another, whether it's addition or subtraction, but be careful... numbers can only be used once, and you can't cross over an existing pathway with a new one... the old path will be rewritten. You may need to link up multiple numbers to get the value you want, making Sum Links a game of planning in addition to math, though diehard challenge enthusiasts might find the game a little too mellow to really sink their teeth into. If your like your puzzle games elegant and zen-like, Sum Links will suit the bill nicely.

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Really like it :)

The idea is simple and easy to get into, difficulty seems quite fair and for those who get frustrated when they're stuck in a certain level, it's nice to have all the levels unlocked right at the beginning, so you can skip to another one and address those mean troublemakers later ^_^

Mh, I guess I should really watch out for Elio Landa games (already played some of the previously featured ones on jig). They're just perfect for your coffee break, interesting yet relaxing. :D

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