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  • Summary: Konductra challenges players to create and destroy lines with colored tiles to either earn points or attack an opponent. This unique, but elegant puzzle title offers four game modes, including Task, Score, VS. CPU, and VS. Human. In both versus modes, the objective is to beat the opponent by filling up the rival’s board as quickly as possible by destroying lines on the player’s own board and sending them to the opponent’s board. Gamers destroy lines by matching tiles and using the stylus to trace from like colored conductors running along the four edges of the screen. [O3 Entertainment] Expand
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  1. 80
    While I won't say that Konductra is destined to be a classic, it is still one of the most enjoyable puzzle games I've played to date. The principle is simplistic, but the overall mechanics are difficult to master and that is, to me at least, key.
  2. It’s a game more accustomed to hardcore players who really crave a challenge. For these people, Konductra should be right up their alley.
  3. Konductra is a great and highly creative puzzler that might be too much for most gamers to handle.
  4. 60
    A good puzzler, but not a great one. The biggest problem is the learning curve. It’s not that steep, but it’s bad enough to leave the player feeling sour after the first couple of plays.
  5. Konductra can be fun, or frustrating. And while it can be fun for the right reasons, it will be frustrating for the wrong reasons. We’re hoping a sequel can really improve on its premise.
  6. The core gameplay of Konductra is solid and somewhat original, and the task mode gives it some life, but the overall implementation is counterintuitive.
  7. Konductra’s fussy design and minimal production values make playing it feel more like a job than a game.

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