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  • Summary: For Bruce, it's his only way of escape. For you, Percepto is a mind-bending puzzle game that blurs the line between 2D and 3D. Help Bruce (or Amy!) get to the door and escape the room!
    – Innovative 3D mechanism to change your perspective
    – 6 buildings containing over 55
    For Bruce, it's his only way of escape. For you, Percepto is a mind-bending puzzle game that blurs the line between 2D and 3D. Help Bruce (or Amy!) get to the door and escape the room!
    – Innovative 3D mechanism to change your perspective
    – 6 buildings containing over 55 levels of brain twisters
    – Three challenges for each level: escape, fewest moves, and fastest time!
    – Play as Bruce or Amy
    – Smooth learning curve
    – Retina & Multi-Tasking Support

    Getting stuck is easy, getting out is fun! Double tap the screen to view the room in 3D and change your perspective. Spin the room around to help Bruce find a way of escape. What may seem impossible doesn’t have to be!
    Download the app today and start the escape!
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  1. Apr 29, 2011
    80
    A great little idea. It's not going to win prizes for most beautiful app by any means but it has a rough charm to it. The key mechanic of sitching dimensions is great and really gives you food for thought. A bargain at the price.
  2. Apr 8, 2011
    70
    Percepto is a mind-bending puzzle game that blurs the line between 2D and 3D. While the app doesn't have the greatest art, the clever mechanics and challenging gameplay keep it interesting.
  3. May 2, 2011
    70
    Percepto is a puzzle game for players into solving riddles, and challenges in multiple steps. I guess a seasoned chess player can use it to get into the grove before a chess match.
  4. Apr 11, 2011
    70
    We've seen clever puzzle games before, but we've never seen anything like this.