Release Date:27 Mar 2010
Linez is a stress-free puzzle game with incredibly simple rules yet deep strategic gameplay.
Exceptionally popular in Japan, Linez inspires meditation, enlightenment, and inner peace.
A typical game lasts five to ten minutes; it gets longer when you enter a Zen state of mind.
Your progress is automatically saved, so you can always take a break and come back to the game where you left it.
=== Myth #1 ===
Linez is a game of luck.
=== Fact #1 ===
Many players consider Linez more or less a game of skill.
While every move in Linez involves some degree of unpredictability and suspense, you'll notice a steady improvement of average score as you gain more experience.
=== Myth #2 ===
Tiles tend to fall into the worst possible positions on the board.
=== Fact #2 ===
Tile colors and positions are chosen unbiasedly with a fairly uniform probability distribution.
Some players may find it hard to believe that when they are hit by a streak of bad luck -- For example, undesirable tiles keep blocking a critical spot or path.
While frustrating, such mishaps are completely normal when the game board gets clogged up. (As Murphy's law dictates, sooner or later, anything that can go wrong will go wrong.)
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Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch.
Requires iPhone OS 3.1.3 or later.