It’s puzzle-time once again, as Error Seven Dev have returned with Into the Sky on Android. Complete the puzzles by directing your little robot to push colourful laser cubes into the correct position. It may sound simple, but see if you can get through all 70 levels!
You’ll need to think ahead and use creativity to work out which objects to use, and where to use them. Starting out very simple, the puzzles become increasingly difficult and more complex. Multiple lasers, multiple targets, portals, mirrors, beam splitters and more will all be required.
Pass a level and be lifted up into the sky where you’ll be placed on the next level above. How high can you go?
So get your robot buddy ready, and reach Into the Sky for free on Google Play.
Following a successful showcase at the Perth Games Festival, local studio 42 Bytes continue to test survival skills in their mobile beta for Last DriverZ. If you have an Android device, you too could be running down zombies, seeking out supplies, and upgrading a wide range of weaponry right now (not to mention playtesting a yet-to-be-released game).
Dive into the post-apocalyptic world of the DriverZ trying to make your way through beat up streets, threading through wreckages, running over zombies, and pillaging old warehouses and general stores trying to upgrade your vehicles and recruit more people for your group of survivors!
You can get the beta for Last DriverZ now via Google Play, and stay up to date with all their news via 42 Bytes’ twitter. BONUS: iPhone users will soon be able to get in on the apocalypse action by signing up to the closed beta.