Hamster On Coke Games, creators of PUSH, Zenge, Art Of Gravity and more have released their latest puzzle game called Scalak.
Disclosure: Key provided by the developer.
In Scalak, the goal starts off rather simply with you just needing to slot shapes together like a child's toy. Like all good puzzle games, it truly eases you into the mechanics. Gradually, it does start adding more into the mix. You go from simply slotting in fully made circles, to bringing multiple parts together in a single section to make up the bigger shape. It's not overly difficult, but it will give you a number of moments where you need to stop and think.
Quite soon it adds in other elements too, like rotating the main objects you're trying to complete. With the floating pieces not being able to rotate, you need a bit of spatial awareness, since only the main objects can be rotated.
There's no time limits, no movement limits, just you and the shapes. Thanks to the lovely background music, it's all very zen-like in the feeling it gives you. There's 90 different puzzles, so it will give your brain a little work out for a few hours depending on how long it takes you to understand them all.
Absolutely beautiful presentation, with a price of £1.69 you really can't go wrong with it. You can grab Scalak on Steam now if you're in need of some relaxation with a good puzzle.