Turn It On!

4.4
301 reviews
1K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Turn It On! is a collection of black boxes, where your task is to guess the mechanics behind. According to the played setting, you will use buttons, switches, wheels, knobs, handles, cogs, a handful of meters, displays, etc. You will need to recognize the machine's behavior and time your action wisely. Besides sharpening your mind you can compete for extra badges with more rapid solutions! - The game has levels those rely on colors. Please, keep in mind if you are colorblind.
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Dec 22, 2022

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4.4
301 reviews
A Google user
January 12, 2019
What a fun and charming puzzle game! Tinkering with so many switches, buttons and dials to get a rocket ship underway, and a whole lot more afterwards. If it's not figuring out the puzzle that seems like a challenge, you'd be hard-pressed to solve them in time for a high star performance rating. Really loved it and looking forward to more. The graphics are simple and easy to understand, whether it's aiming for modern industry technology or steampunk-related clockwork, testing your sense of patience, timing, and memory.
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Rushing Pixel
January 12, 2019
Thank you for the kind words!
Will Bellman
March 18, 2021
It's not so much a problems solving game as a memory game. Several puzzles are base on either "Simon Says" styles puzzles where lights flash in a pattern and you have to remember the pattern or a "reset" style puzzle where you have to flip switches in a sequence or the whole puzzle resets. It's not "bad" per say, but it doesn't bring anything new either. Because of the "reset" mechanic or the timed "memory" mechanic the puzzles can get frustrating. I'd like to see a more diagnostic approach.
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Rushing Pixel
March 18, 2021
Thank you Will for the honest words! Could you finish all three settings? I'm sure you can still find thought-provoking puzzles in the collection, not only memory based ones. The options menu let you turn off the timer too ;)
A Google user
May 8, 2019
I only have good things to say about this game. For starters, the music is wonderful. It was the first thing I noticed. And the game itself. It's simple but effective. Nothing more than a puzzle game, and it needn't be anything more. Its puzzles are logic based. It doesn't do explaining, it lets you learn for yourself, guiding you discretely but not to demean you, as if to assume you're a bit of a moron, like I've found that some games do. The levels make you think, but are not insanely difficult or nonsensical. I believe there were only one or two puzzle I solved, where I was unsure exactly what the pattern was to what I did was that resulted in my solving it. I never got stressed, I never felt mocked. It doesn't feel like a game that's trying to outsmart you, it feels like a game that wants to give you a moment to think, and a moment to relax. There were a few that I spent a considerable amount of time on, but I was determined to not look at hints, and to figure each puzzle out without growing desperate or taking an irrational approach, and that is what I did. I felt refreshed when I finished the game. I appreciate it very much, and recommend indeed.
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Rushing Pixel
May 9, 2019
Thank you for the kind words :)

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