REBUS – Absurd Logic Game

REBUS – Absurd Logic Game

Those of you who want to get some brain exercise should take a look at a rather new and not so popular application, called REBUS – Absurd Logic Game. The name of the game says a lot about it – here we have another puzzle game but let us tell you – this one is really tough.

REBUS – Absurd Logic Game takes you to a screen where you get to see eight different puzzles. Tap on one of them and this action will select the puzzle. Then you have to find out what the answer is but like we said this is not going to be that easy. In fact the game itself warns you to pay attention to small details and think outside the box. The good news is that you can think for as long as you want since there isn’t a time limit and if you really get stuck, then you can use some help that the game gives you. The developers of REBUS – Absurd Logic Game are not as nice as they might seem to be – help costs in-game money and when you do not have any in-game money you can buy some for real cash. If you solve a puzzle you move to the next one and this is how REBUS – Absurd Logic Game works. Simple, isn’t it?

REBUS – Absurd Logic Game might be a complex game but it has simple things in it as well – the game comes with one of the simplest interfaces we have seen. Everything in the game is 2D and there are some icons that you can use to play this free Android game. REBUS – Absurd Logic Game does not have any sound as well.

What’s the final verdict? REBUS – Absurd Logic Game is for people who really love mind puzzles. The game offers just that and lots of it and obviously it is not for people who want to see some action. Also, please don’t get mad – the game is a tough one, but this should bring more fun to puzzle lovers, so it’s a plus.

REBUS – Absurd Logic Game is here on Google Play.

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