Tesserae is a 2-d combination of Rubic's Cube and the more advanced levels of Q-Bert. Simple yet colorful symbol graphics make for endless hours of gameplay... akin to how one can play MineSweeper or Tetris on end, this game got into your head. Gameplay consisted of "flipping" tesserae, or tiles, from squares over adjacent squares. The result would either create a complex tile, or cancel out, resulting in the deletion of a tile. The goal was to clear the board entirely. Higher levels were designated by added tile complexity, and larger board grid sizes.
Tesserae is a very hard puzzle/logic game. The game rules look fairly complicated at first, but once you got used to the game principle, it can get really addicting. You've got to basically clear a board by jumping one different colored and "branded" tile over another. But there are many rules and exemptions to make the game more challenging as you play. It's a real brain-teaser. Various levels of difficulty and nine different mosaic boards should keep your brain occupied for a while. Overall, a great little puzzler for fans of boardgame-style puzzles.
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