Great look into how geometry was done in ancient times. For the people who say it was easy because you can "guess".... You're missing the point (pardon the pun). Finding a difficult solution often gives a moment of aha. The lack of hints is frustrating and at the same time a pure expression of the ancient art. Thanks
This is a game for math fans, but that doesn't mean they'll have an easy time. I like to think of myself as being good with math, yet I was unable to solve the last puzzle on tagents. The mechanics don't allow for the traditional construction method, as you can't use a circle, just lines between cross sections. Highly recommend the game to all, just give it a try!
Interesting little game. Finished it in just over a day (only had to cheat on YouTube once on level 9.25). Overall, a bit easy and repetitive - i.e. many similar levels. Some levels can just be guessed (e.g. when finding nodes that meet X, you can just select ALL the nodes - same with joining nodes to form triangles - just join every pair of nodes). If you liked this game, I would definitely recommend Euclidea - much more polished. Edit - I've finished the last 'squares' level (and squares have gone yellow as normal) but level won't mark as complete (i.e. my stats show 344/345 levels solved)
Had big hopes... Sometimes everybody needs a little help when stuck. There is none. And I am curious how to find the middle of a 3 unit line without using a compass tool... and is one of the laterals.
Great game! But if you get stuck, you'll have to look elsewhere for help. There's no hints feature, and you can't move on within a level until you're done with one you're stuck on. Still, I love this game.
That's the best puzzle game. I played one for 11 hours and learnt some new things in geometry. I also played Euclidea a few years ago, but this game is a masterpiece
• Fixed localizations.
If you enjoy Pythagorea, please leave a nice review on the store.