Perfect Angle

Perfect Angle

Perfect Angle is a puzzle game that has been designed for all people who like to spend time solving hard and not so hard problems.

The game will present you with a large number of optical illusions and your task is always to find the perfect visual angle in order for you to understand what you are dealing with or what kind of figure you need to create. Each task is wrapped up in a level of its own but the game has more than 100 levels for you to solve so you will have numerous hours of thinking and fun. Another feature is that the problems that you will get to solve have nothing in common for the most part so creative thinking is also needed. All this gameplay comes with excellent sound effects and more importantly with great 3D graphics so the eye candy is guaranteed.

The problem with Perfect Angle is that the game is very demanding on the hardware. The game is about 200 MB in size, which means you will spend quite some time waiting for it to download. Then the gorgeous 3D graphics take a toll so if you have an old or slow Android device our advice is to skip this game. So in few words it takes a powerful Android device in order to enjoy Perfect Angle to the fullest.

Even then the game is great. It challenges your brain and it does this via excellent visual effects. Perfect Angle has all it takes to bring you fun and if you are into puzzles you will enjoy it even more.

Perfect Angle is here on Google Play.

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