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Perhaps you need something new to relax with while you're having a coffee break or you want to test your mind a little, without much stressing. Triangulum could fit there.

This new minimalist logic puzzle game from N5 Games has a nice simple style to it, with gameplay that looks really interesting and not very demanding of you. All you're doing is clicking triangles, to move points around the board to increase your score. It sounds simple, but it looks like it can get a bit complicated later on.

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Feature Highlight:

  • 5 types of triangles, each with a different mechanic
  • 52 challenging and satisfying levels
  • Relaxing ambient soundtrack
  • Dark mode
  • Colorblind mode

Great to see more of these puzzle games on Linux, a genre we have a healthy amount of supported titles.

Find Triangulum on Steam now with Linux support.

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Thanks. I enjoy some of these little number puzzle games, but nothing has really come close to Hexcells, other than (maybe) Patterna. There is a trick to getting the difficulty:reward ratio just right.
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