Love electronics? Love puzzle games? You may want to keep an eye on R.E.E.L., as not only does it combine the two and looks incredibly stylish - it also has a demo up now.
With a plan to release in full next year, it's a while to wait but thankfully the demo gives an interesting slice of what's to come and it's a fun puzzle mechanic trying to get power from one side of a circuit board to another.
The demo appears to work great on Linux and it's quite interesting. R.E.E.L. is supposed to help you learn some of the very basics of electronics, while being simple enough for a younger audience too. It's not really an educational game but a game of solving maze puzzles while taking elements of electronics and circuit boards for the setting.
What they say it will have at release:
- Electronic maze
- Puzzles that make your brains work at full power!
- Over 20 different elements of electronic circuits in the most simplified and complex combinations
- Over 100 intuitive levels with a gradual increase in difficulty
Try the R.E.E.L. demo on Steam now.