AI Factory Move it!

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AI Factory Move it!
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Version: 1.813 updated
Upload Date: 20 Dec 12
Developer: AI Factory
Distribution Type: Commercial
Price: 2.99 $
Downloads: 0

Rating: 1.0/5 (Total Votes: 1)

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AI Factory Move it! - This is the same as "Move it! Free", but without ads and a massive 672 puzzles spanning 6 difficulty levels!
Tired of sliding block puzzles that only allow block movement in one direction? Then this is for you!
Move it! is a fresh and exciting new block-sliding puzzle and not just another Unblock me clone!
Unlike the plethora of similar block sliding clones (almost all based on Yoshigahara's famous Rush Hour puzzle), Move it! provides a much richer variety of shapes that can move freely, not just in restricted planes.
The end product is a very natural game of great depth and variety, very well suited to the new generation of touch-screen devices. Move it! comes with 6 levels from Novice to Expert. Depending on level, it can be either a quick casual game or an extremely challenging puzzle.
Designed for both Tablet and Phone

What's New in This Release:

· Fixes bug when resetting puzzle after completion

What's New in 1.812:

· Extra block set art, and two new backgrounds
· Action bar support for Android 3.0+ & 4.0+
· Improved layouts for tablets
· Other tweaks and improvements

What's New in 1.812:

· Updates to hint feature on Android 3.0+/4.0+ devices

What's New in 1.802:

· Fixes potential crash in new Android 4.1

What's New in 1.7:

· Improved layouts for large screens
· Now takes stats from free version when upgrading
· Reset stats option

What's New in 1.66:

· Improved puzzle scaling to screen

What's New in 1.63:

· Fixes permissions inconsistency




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