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  • Summary: =========================== Grab a bargain - special introductory price! =========================== Jigsaw of Light Chromixa is a new and unique colour-blending puzzle game, designed specifically for the iPhone and iPod touch. Truly the first of its kind. Arrange shapes of light to complete beautifully designed puzzles. Based on the colours found within white light; red, green and blue combine to create new colours as shapes overlap. Like a jigsaw of light, your goal is to arrange the shapes to fill an outline with a single colour. As you complete puzzles, the points you earn can be used to unlock fun arcade-style mini games.

    Like all good puzzle games, Chromixa has a simple concept which creates progressively harder puzzles. A fun and addictive mental challenge for all ages!

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    ? 48 classic puzzles
    ? 3 arcade-style mini games to unlock and play
    ? Animated introduction tutorial
    ? Simple one finger controls
    ? Easy to pick up
    ? Original music soundtrack by Stian Stark
    ? Solve puzzles in any order, with no time limit
    ? Quick puzzle reset
    ? Play your own music

    Fans of puzzle games will be entertained for hours!

    I appreciate any feedback you may have. Lots of free updates are planned to create a game you keep coming back
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 4
  2. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. Feb 25, 2011
    Chromixa is a great game, and took me by total surprise. It looks simple when you have just slaughtered your way trough a couple of levels of Nova or raced like a drunken delivery guy in Parcel Panic.
  2. Feb 25, 2011
    Don't let the visuals fool you, Chromixa is a very clever, addictive puzzle game that will keep you busy for hours.
  3. Feb 25, 2011
    While there is some lack of replay value, the overall game was very much worth that $1.99, a price not too far away from the minimal $0.99 price tag.
  4. Feb 25, 2011
    Overall a nice and original puzzle game that should appeal to fans of jigsaw or tangram-like games.