Three game modes let you explore this hexagonal universe:
• Campaign Mode takes you through a world of discovery, with each level offering new possibilities of play and expanding on challenges.
• Puzzle Mode pushes the game’s mechanics to the limit in 50+ intense scenarios that will melt your brain.
•Arcade Mode breaks down boundaries and turns on the timer, testing your reactions and ability to play as quickly as you possibly can.
"Fractal is a refreshing puzzler. Its cool aesthetic and subtle complexities intrigue you, while the thrill of chaining massive blooms in a dazzling array of light keeps you coming back for more."
"Fractal is a beautiful game, marrying the elegance of its arithmetical visual logic with a colour palette delicately pipetted from nature."
"[Fractal's] ambient soundtrack is gorgeous, the visuals are crisp and stylish and the game is strikingly original and fun. There are hours of mind-bending entertainment here."
Cipher Prime is an award-winning Philadelphia game studio; we also made Auditorium, Splice, and Pulse: Volume One. We’re a small company, small enough that the whole team could fit in a VW Bug (if we squished a little), and we really appreciate all the fans and soon-to-be fans that support us!
A block can only be dropped to the field if it can collide with another block.
After the collision the block retains its momentum, so it continues to slide further when the obstacle is removed. If there are no more obstacles on its way then the block leaves the central field. When multiple blocks are sliding the oldest block on the field moves first.
This game has 3 difficulty levels:
Easy = 3x3 = 9 puzzle pieces
Medium = 5x5 = 25 puzzle pieces
Hard = 7x7 = 49 puzzle pieces
You can choose any fractal image you want from 20 proposed to solve jigsaw puzzle.
Everyone will find their favourite puzzles to solve.
For puzzle fans - some interesting facts about handmade puzzles:
Craft puzzle makers are responding to the increased interest in jigsaw puzzles by creating innovative games with challenging features.
One feature used to increase the difficulty of a puzzle is the existence of several solutions to the puzzle, with some puzzle pieces fitting into more than one space. Only one of the solutions is considered to be correct. Another trick is the inclusion of a corner piece that fits into the middle of a puzzle. The puzzle maker may also cut the pieces right on the line where a color changes, so a person can't use the mixed colors on a puzzle piece to help them place the piece.
Most jigsaw puzzles have a copy of the picture used to create the puzzle on the front of the puzzle box. This attracts the attention of potential customers and can be used as a guide as the puzzle is solved. Some puzzle makers don't include a picture of the finished puzzle in order to increase the challenge of the puzzle.
Many artisan puzzles are made of wood. This used to make the puzzles very expensive, but new puzzle making techniques have reduced the price. This has made some of the puzzles much more affordable. One of the new techniques is to use a very high pressure and high speed water jet to cut the wood. Another is to use a laser beam to cut the puzzle shapes.
According to one puzzle maker, high quality or very desirable jigsaw puzzles that are still in their boxes can appreciate in value, but assembled ones won't.
Some interesting facts about Fractals:
A fractal is a geometric figure with two special properties. First, it is irregular, fractured, fragmented, or loosely connected in appearance. Second, it is self-similar; that is, the figure looks much the same no matter how far away or how close up it is viewed.
The term fractal was invented by Polish French mathematician Benoit Mandelbrot in 1975. He took the word from the Latin word fractus, which means "broken."
The idea behind fractals is fairly simple and obvious when explained. But the mathematics used to develop those ideas is not so simple.
Most objects in nature do not have simple geometric shapes. Clouds, trees, and mountains, for example, usually do not look like circles, triangles, or pyramids. Instead, they can best be described as fractals. Natural objects that can be described as fractals are called natural fractals.
One of the natural objects most often used to explain fractals is a coastline. A coastline has the three properties typical of any fractal figure. First, a coastline is irregular, consisting of bays, harbors, and peninsulas. By definition, any fractal must be irregular in shape.
Disclaimer: All fractal pictures are under the copyright of their legal owners.
All images in this puzzles are not endorsed by any of the owners, and are used only for aesthetic purposes.
No copyright infringement is intended, any request to remove any image will be honored.
This puzzle is unofficial and fan based and created for puzzles and fractals fans.
It is much easier to do with your Android!
Arrange dozens of Domino tiles in long chains, and topple them all!
This is the coolest game on Android, check it out!
Do you remember when we were kids, we used to arrange dozens of Domino tiles in long chains, and then toppled the first to make them all fall?
It is much easier to do with your Android!
Download the app, create your own domino tile chain and be a part of the new world record! With amazing 3D graphics and camera motion, this game it one of the coolest games on Android today.
After creating your chain, you will be able to upload a cool video of your creation to youtube or facebook, and brag to your friends.
So come on, help us break the world record!
Turn the tiles to find matches, just like the real-life memory game. You can play against the clock or minimum number of moves.
Great for kids and grownups alike!
With 3D animations and sound.
Update: clear high scores via menu
The fun way to browse your photo gallery! Play a puzzle on every image.
Including 'Kids' mode with easy operation, automatic level adjustment according to player skill.
With plenty of icons, 3 different skill levels (the last level is difficult even for grown ups!)
This game will provide hours of fun for your kids. Suitable for kids age 3 or more. (We are not responsible if they break your phone :)