Glozzle

Glozzle

Glozzle is a simple game that does not require a lot of space on your Android device but even then this free game strikes with something that we haven’t seen before – a really cool idea that is hidden inside the gameplay.

The main idea that sits behind Glozzle is to recognize various objects from daily life. Things, as usual, are not so simple – first these objects reside in 3D space and then they are torn into pieces so you will have to do some rotating in order to recognize what the object it. Believe us, in one point of space everything matches but if you cannot find it, do not despair – the game gives you a hint but you can use it once per 24 hours. Once you recognize the object the game calculates the time that you needed to find the object and the faster you have found it the more golden stars you will collect. Needless to say in case of success you get to the next level.

This is everything Glozzle is all about. This app is a perfect example of a game that does not require much from your Android hardware, that does not demand money, and that is not a large one, yet it is a great app. This is all due to the great idea that sits behind the game and all we can say is “Excellent idea, developers!”

Glozzle is here on Google Play.

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