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In the mood for a more relaxing game? Well klocki [Steam, Official Site] might be what you need for those Monday blues. It's a simple puzzle game about fitting shapes together. I grabbed a key from the developer when they posted some on reddit and finally found some time to check it out today.

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Note: Currently the game seems to only work if it's in windowed mode. The developer is currently looking into a fix.

It's quite a simple game, where you're only using a single mouse button. You're swapping around sections of various items to make them fit together to progress onto the next puzzle. It's hard to really write too much about it, considering how simple it is.

Even though it's incredibly simple, I've found it to be absolutely lovely. A really relaxing and beautifully crafted casual puzzle game. One bit did make me laugh though, as the board actually spelt out the letters "O I C" and I didn't realize until after a couple minutes of confusion when I solved it I actually said "oh I see...wait a minute!". It's like the game knew it would stump me for a moment.

Clever design for what it is and well worth a look if you're in the mood for something more casual. Honestly, I'm in total shock that it only costs £0.79 for such a well crafted casual game. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
Tags: Indie Game, Puzzle, Steam, Unity | Apps: klocki
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apocalyptech Jun 5, 2017
Thanks for the notice on this one; right up my alley, and it is certainly quite enjoyable. A nice mix of mechanics which do start to get nicely complicated as time goes on.
razing32 Jun 5, 2017
Less than one euro - sold.
Urrr.....bought. I guess.
g000h Jun 6, 2017
A friend of mine was highly recommending it, on mobile platform.
voyageur Jun 6, 2017
Well at that price I ended up getting the Relaxing puzzle box bundle (around 2.5€ for 3 games). Hook I already played and loved, Zenge looks interesting too
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