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KNIGHTS is one of those puzzle games with an extremely simple premise that, after some levels, starts to become a challenge. The feeling and aesthetics are very similar to LYNE. Silently released just one week ago, so far it has collected only positive reviews, therefore if you are into puzzle games you definitely should give this one a chance.

It's possible to buy it in three different stores: Steam, itch.io (Steam key + DRM free) or the official site (Steam key + DRM free), but in case you're still unsure about purchasing it, there is a demo to play directly on your browser.

About the game (official)
KNIGHTS is a minimalistic puzzle game based on a single chess piece, the titular knight. A simple enough to pick up and relaxing experience.

The goal for each level is to set each of the coloured knights into a space of their corresponding color. Forethought and future planning are key abilities to master for later puzzles. New ways to tackle a problem will gradually evident as the game progresses, allowing several solutions for the same puzzle. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
Tags: Itch.io, Puzzle, Steam | Apps: KNIGHTS
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Feda 7 Jun, 2016
It looks interesting and the design is beautiful. I think I'll check this one out.
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