Mekorama

Mekorama

Mekorama is a name that does not say a lot about the game that sits behind but if you download and play this game you will realize that you have found an app that has the potential to nicely surprise you.

Here in Mekorama you will have to help a lost robot find its way. The app comes with numerous levels where you will have to guide the robot to the level exit. Of course, things are not so easy because you will have a number of problems that will require some thinking on your side. This is the point where you will realize the genre of Mekorama – this is actually a puzzle game. So find a way to overcome all the obstacles the game comes with and lead the robot back home. Mekorama also comes with gorgeous 3D graphics so the developers deserve praise here. The game is accompanied by really nice music and all this makes this game one of the better ones we have played in recent times.

Well, we just said it – according to us Mekorama is a fine representative of the puzzle game genre. The app comes with addictive and fun gameplay, tons of levels, interesting problems to solve and great visuals. So what it not to like here?

Mekorama is here on Google Play. Enjoy!

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