Gradient infuses classic puzzle concepts with fresh color, sound, and gameplay. With intuitive and self-correcting gameplay, Gradient is a breeze to learn. On the other hand and despite its simplicity, mastering the game requires keen pattern recognition, mental quickness, and an accurate touch.
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First, here's the brand new trailer (00:41).
It's more succinct, recorded in landscape, and better showcases what the game is all about without minutia.
Second, a couple updates to the game itself:
Gradient Sweeper - Patch #8 - June 14th
- New color scheme
- Landscape support
- Higher FPS on slower devices
- Fixed issue with back button not working on some devices
Third, to address the elephant in the room:
I'm making progress on the windows version. It will likely be free, along with a web app version. I know IndieDB is mostly a PC gaming site, so I'm doing my best to get that version to you guys ASAP.
Until next time,
In this article, we're spoiling Gradient's release trailer and providing a list of rules within the game.
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