Ian MacLarty could be very responsibly tidying all his colors away in his new puzzle sport, Dissembler. He has splashed color about with homosexual abandon earlier than, sending poor Pip right into a tizzy with the shifting colourbomb that’s The Catacombs Of Solaris and slopping paint throughout in Action Painting Pro, however now he desires us to rigorously clear colors away. Dissembler presents us with vibrant jumbled collages of tiles to flip to align matching units so that they vanish. It’s a bit cheeky that Ian desires us to up the colors that he himself spilled all over the place, however I’ve loved what I’ve performed of it to date.
It is a match-Three sport in that you might want to match a minimum of three tiles of the identical color to clear them, however not in that Bejeweled/Candy Crush approach. Dissembler, as its identify suggests, is about taking these scenes aside. At the top of a puzzle, nothing stays.
I dig it si far. It’s pleasing to the attention, the music pling-plongs properly, the whirring and clicking of flipping tiles is nice, and I’m having fun with the development of puzzling. Some have a delightful rhythm to them, the identical movement repeated throughout related shapes, the tiles simply flowing away. Though, wanting forward at several types of tiles and puzzle sizes to come back, I’m certain I’ll be challenged much more.
Along with having a inventory choice of 120-odd puzzles, Dissembler will supply a number of new puzzles day by day (and even reveal their options the following day, when you get caught and need to know) plus an countless mode with a number of problem ranges and on-line leaderboards.
And sure, it does have a colourblind mode.