iLinear - Draw Your Path

4.0
250 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image

About this game

iLinear is a new kind of mind challenge game that combines luck and skills. It will transport you to a soothing, simplistic, colorful and intriguing new world.

In this game, you have 3 seconds to draw a line with your finger that will link to infinity. The duplication of your line will have to reach the targets to light up the stars while avoiding multiple obstacles.

3 stars = Touch 3 target in a single throw on the first try.
2 stars = Touch 3 target in the two first throw.
1 star = Touch 3 target in three throw or more.

You must turn on the 3 stars of a level to go to the next level. The possibilities of reaching this goal are endless.

500 levels created manually are featuring in this game.

There is a link to the walkthrough playlist in the game.

There is no ads and no in-app purchase in the game.

Brightly colored enemies move randomly and must be avoided. These enemies significantly increase the difficulty in some levels. Luck is in order.

Colored walls should be avoided. These walls are the same color as the color chosen randomly.

Your line bounce on white walls and white geometric shapes. Sometimes you have to be agile and to figure how it bounce back to achieve your goal.

iLinear is an original creation of Webbit Games. If you like our game, let us know by giving us a review here. If you have any questions, suggestions or if you need technical support, please contact us by email.
Updated on
Sep 23, 2020

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
No data collected
Learn more about how developers declare collection
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

3.9
234 reviews
David Gant
June 4, 2021
I am not a fan of the randomness of the path from the projectile after you swipe. I understand it's described and part of the challenge but it just isn't enjoyable. You want to feel like you have some sort of control when playing a game because without it, you might as well just be pressing a single button. The visuals are also uninspired Unity assets and the music is a forgettable ambient track that is probably pulled from a royalty free collection. Pass on this, even when it's free. 1*/5*
5 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?
Webbit Games
June 4, 2021
Hi! We're sorry that you cannot reproduce a line which follows the path of your finger, it's indeed often difficult. Randomness is mainly for enemies and colors. Besides, we created the visual ourselves, sorry that it doesn't suit you. We've paid for the music rights and we're very happy with it. Thanks for taking the time to share your impression.
A Google user
February 24, 2020
The projectile seems to be awfully incorrect in detecting the direction of your swipe. Swiping from the same starting point and aiming gradually to the right in 5 consecutlve tries, the last swipe ending at least half an inch away from the first one - yet, the projectile goes the same exact direction every time??? I mean come on...
9 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?
Webbit Games
March 28, 2020
It is true that it is difficult to repeat exactly the same throw and it is precisely part of the game. We understand that the concept could not please everyone.
A Google user
December 3, 2019
Not a puzzle game, it's a can you quickly draw a straight line with your finger game. It contains randomness that is uncalled for (oh it is mentioned in the description) my bad. Great as a semesteral project, not as a paid game.
5 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?
Webbit Games
March 28, 2020
Yes, the randomness in the game is mentioned in the description since it is an integral part of this puzzle game. The word puzzle has a fairly broad definition and we think this game can certainly be part of it. Our project is sold at a fairly low cost as it's free very often on the store.

What's new

Updated API level target.