Lazors

Lazors

Lazors is a game that we haven’t seen before on Google Play and what’s more it offers something unique – here you will play with lasers as if you are in a science laboratory.

The app is a puzzle game where you are given a single source of laser light. The goal is to pass the light through a certain spot with the help of square stone-looking objects. It is up to you to find out how you must place the stones to make the light go through this particular point. So your brain will be in for some thinking. The first few levels are not that tough but things become more difficult later on. Of course, the game comes with tons of levels and game modes, so if you choose to play this one, you will have hours of fun. And you should – we really did enjoy this game. The simple interface of the app hints that Lazors does not come with fancy visuals and sound effects but what the game gives to you is just enough – after all this game is about thinking and not looking at colorful pictures and graphics that simply should not be there.

Lazors is a fun game and if you are into puzzles then you should get this game and enjoy it – it is worth your time!

You can find Lazors right here on Google Play.

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