App description: Deceptively simple. Infinitely complex. LYNE is a minimalist puzzle game that will knot your brain as it calms your soul.

Connect the shapes. Fill the board. Lose yourself in the interflowing paths of LYNE.

"I highly recommend grabbing LYNE in the App Store if youre a fan of relaxing puzzle games for your iOS device." - AppAdvice, 5/5

"LYNE offers a brilliant dose of puzzling fun." - AppSpy, 5/5

"Lyne is a slick, contemplative puzzler that you'd be a fool to miss" - PocketGamer, 9/10

"Great design, both from an aesthetic standpoint and also regarding its difficulty curve." - MacLife, 4/5

"LYNE is a game worth checking out." - 148Apps, 4/5

Features
- Hundreds of pre-built puzzles
- An infinite number of procedurally-generated puzzles, released daily
- No in-app purchases. No ads.
- Slick, intuitive interface
- Soothing dynamic audio
- Unlockable colour palettes

Accolades
- Finalist at IndieCade 2014
- Best Puzzle Game, Tabby Awards 2014
- Finalist for Audio Design at Freeplay 2013
- Honorable Mention for Design at Freeplay 2013

The whole thing is a gentle puzzle game thats thoroughly enjoyable, which is rare because the majority of puzzle games frustrate the hell out of me. - IndieStatik.com

From the get go, LYNE exudes a very zen feel. The ambiance is calming, the layout simple and clean. ... if you're in it for the challenge to your brain, dim the lights, find a quiet place, and get to solving. - JayIsGames.com
03-23-2014, 07:40 PM
#41
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Originally Posted by TrencH View Post
This game needs more exposure. I still enjoy doing daily puzzles (although Friday puzzles can be rough sometimes) Even if puzzles are easy it is just so fun trying to whip through them and watch your own fingers zig-zag swipe and circle around while solving them.

Like I mentioned earlier...you won't be doing it with the 5 diamond puzzles.
Agreed. This is probably the best pure puzzle game I've ever played. Bought it for the other platforms just to support the developer. Minimalistic style is spot on. The soundtrack which develops as you play is relaxing, the daily puzzles guarantee that the puzzle well will never run dry. I actually like challenging myself to complete a daily set before they dissapear.

There's something so rewarding about finishing a level, finally finding that eluding path. Just perfect.
03-24-2014, 06:20 AM
#42
Oh thanks so much for the support guys! I haven't kept tabs on this thread in a while but just got a google alert for some reason but happy I did.

All the support is very appreciated, the game has done well enough that I think I should be able to make another game. As long as I don't mess it up completely that is. If I do make something new it will probably be quite different, but should have similar themes.
03-25-2014, 04:38 AM
#43
Anyone have any strategies or tips for this game? Currently I'm just sorta winging it through a little experimentation and trial and error. That's working fine for the first few letter sets, but I think I may need some general "rules" to help solve later puzzles. Or is it always just experimenting and trial and error?
03-31-2014, 11:26 AM
#44
Diamond Screen (A003, etc.)

Great work Thomas. Addicted to the game in a very good brain expanding way. Wonder if you could answer GamerBob3's question about the Diamond Screen and what all those patterns mean. Are they solutions to certain levels? Do they add up to something bigger? Very curious.
04-21-2014, 02:17 PM
#45
Joined: Nov 2009
Location: Oklahoma
Posts: 1,122
Just found a code to this game sitting in my Starbucks app. Very impressed with the style and with the difficulty of the puzzles. I've yet to be stumped (I'm in the C pack), but the challenge has scaled excellently. I definitely recommend this one.

I do wish it had Game Center achievements, but that's just me.

GC: Jerutix -- Love and Peace to all!

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