Sporos

Sporos

Sporos is a game that you cannot find every day on Google Play due to two reasons – it is a puzzle game and it exercises your brain in a really nice way.

The story behind the game is very simple – you have the spores of some unknown contagious disease and the ultimate goal is to infect the cells that you see on your display. To do so you have several spores with you with each one of them being able to infect cells in certain directions only. It is up to decide which spore to place where in order to infect all cells that you can see. Sometimes things get tough and you may need a hint – well, Sporos provides this too and for free at that but each new free hint comes to you after a certain period of time so you will not be able to use countless hints all the time. In addition you can fix mistakes that you have made so if you place all the spores in the wrong places you do not fail – instead you can change their places to fix the mistakes that you made.

The magic of Sporos lies in the gameplay that the game offers – it is simple, yet it is very intriguing, challenging and fun. The graphics are in 2D only but this does not hurt the game in any way, in addition the game has some really nice music that makes it even better.

Sporos is a lot of fun, there’s no doubt in this! The game will quickly become a favorite one to all people who are into puzzle games but even if you do not like them, you will have fun for sure – this is how good Sporos is!

Sporos is here on Google Play.

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