TransPlan

TransPlan

TransPlan is a game that does not say a lot about itself in the name or the picture but when you fire it up you will realize that it is a puzzle game.

Just like many other such games TransPlan is a simple but fun game. It relies on 2D graphics only but they are done in a very interesting way – it’s like everything is drawn on a piece of paper and this is a major plus, according to us, because it is something new and fresh, not to mention everything looks clean and neat. The main idea behind this application is to bring a payload from point A to point B by using logic and various tools that the game will bring to you. In addition to this all laws of physics are applied to the game so a bit later you will have to create various objects and make them interact with each other with the laws of physics in order to fulfill the goal the game imposes on you. So it is up to you to find a solution and this is where the real fun is.

 TransPlan is a really nice game that will bring a lot of fun to puzzle fans. The app is not a large one but comes with everything you need plus excellent gameplay so we can definitely recommend it to any Android gamer.

TransPlan is here on Google Play.

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