4.4
3.68K reviews
100K+
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Teacher Approved
Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

What would it be like if the physics of the world went about how you perceived things?

Find out in this unusual spatial puzzle!

Features:
• 40 mind-bending puzzles for you to take on!
• 3 modes to play in: Relaxation - where you can explore levels, Endurance - to finish the game within the time limit and Time Trials - get as many medals as possible!
• Secret levels to unlock!
• Compete for the best times!
Updated on
Oct 28, 2020

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This app may collect these data types
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Data is encrypted in transit
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4.4
3.68K reviews
A Google user
April 5, 2019
Thanks for getting this game back on google play. Multiple control options and it's fun finding a different route. My irritations are that the time trial clock doesn't reset to zero if you fall off the track and the time trial doesn't offer to continue to the next map. It makes you go back to the main menu and scroll down to find the next map.
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Illam Software Entertainment
April 7, 2019
Hi GY, we're glad you enjoyed Mirage: Illusions! We will take your suggestions into consideration :)
A Google user
March 1, 2019
Potentially great, but falls down for one reason: the full picture is frequently (usually) out of view, making strategizing unnecessarily frustrating. This distracts from the main challenge and the app loses its fun value. (I have the app installed on an Android phone).
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A Google user
March 11, 2019
I quickly discovered solutions that are disallowed when rotation function is conveniently disabled just as you approach them. If a solution exists that is "easier" than the intended one, then the puzzle is flawed. That seems to be a common issue with these Escher-esque games.
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