Invert - Tile Flipping Puzzles

4.5
507 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Invert is a tile flipping puzzle game for fans of brain teasers like Reversi, Go, Sudoku and Rubiks Cubes.

**REVIEWS**
"Just what we are looking for in a puzzler" - 8/10 PocketGamer
"Watching the tiles shift color is mesmerizing." - AppAdvice
"...a game that’s as smart as it is welcoming." - Gamezebo

In Invert you press buttons around a tile grid that flip a certain pattern of tiles. Your goal is to make all tiles the same color using as few moves as possible. Easy to solve, but hard to solve well.

GAME MODES
- Campaign: Solve levels in certain amount of moves. Take as much time as you need - there's no time limit.
- Challenge: Solve levels against the clock. Use as many moves as you want.
- Expert: Similar to Challenge Mode, but a lot harder. Like, a *lot* harder.

FEATURES
- 20 mind-bending patterns with 1000's of combinations
- Over 120 hand crafted levels
- Custom soundtrack per level
- 2 unique gameplay modes
- 1 expert mode.
- 0 distracting advertisements or commercials

Invert is made by Glitchnap, a Copenhagen-based band that makes games instead of records, and published by Noodlecake Studios.

"If you’re a big fan of Rubik’s Cube-type puzzles, Invert should fire your engines."
- AppAdvice

"Invert ... should give puzzle fans something tasty to chew on."
- TouchArcade
Updated on
Oct 10, 2023

Data safety

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No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Data is encrypted in transit
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Ratings and reviews

4.6
469 reviews
P Hernandez
December 13, 2023
nice brain teaser. no hints at first. But it caps out at 60 levels, or whatever each play is called. I feel as if levels 21 onward are pretty much repeats of 1 thru 20, except timed. And 41 onward are repeats of 20 thru 21 thru 40 but with more constrained time. So, once you memorize the patterns from 1 thru 20, you can beat the others easier and faster with practice.
5 people found this review helpful
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Marc Russell
October 16, 2023
Great little puzzle game. There is no hand holding but it's easy enough to work out what to do as there are no penalties for getting it wrong so you can see what each new level required of you with a small amount of trial and error. The first puzzle of each level makes it relatively clear on what is required and how the new mechanic is used. Well presented and good use of colour and a pleasing style. Highly rated. Vibration can be turned off by reducing it to minimum in the options.
7 people found this review helpful
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Amanda Tuttle
February 23, 2024
One of the most diabolical and engrossing puzzle games I have ever played on my phone. I would give it 10 stars if I could. What a simple concept, executed so beautifully with simple, elegant controls and movement. OUTSTANDING.
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What's new

- Bug fixes and performance improvements