Review: Yankai's Triangle review – A simple puzzler with surprising complexity
0 Flares 0 Flares ×Developer Kenny Sun’s previous game was Circa Infinity, a Matryoshka doll of a platformer that challenged you to leap inward through overlapping circular stages. You can see those elements carry over to Yankai’s Triangle, as you zoom out through layers of triangles, but this puzzler’s closest comparison isn’t Circa Infinity. It’s the seemingly endless Desert Golfing.
Much like that game, Yankai’s Triangle is a slow burn of a puzzler, spread out over hundreds of distinct levels. All revolve around the same basic concept – rotate triangle to align them correctly – but across those many dozens of stages, it gradually injects new mechanics and ideas to both relaxing and tricky challenges.
Within a minute, you understand how to play Yankai’s Triangle. The most basic level presents you with four triangles – a center one with three more aligned with its sides – and you need to rotate the triangles so their colored vertices match. Do so, and those triangles combine, with a solid satisfying chunk. Puzzle solved.
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