Ultraflow

Ultraflow

Ultraflow is a rare example of a game whose title does not show what the game is all about. Despite this Ultraflow is a really interesting game that will keep you occupied for a long time, especially if you like puzzle games.

The main idea of the app is to destroy a circle with the help of another circle that must get inside the first one. There are complications though – the second circle can bounce off walls and other obstacles a limited number of times before it breaks down. If this happens you will have to start the level anew and do so until you win.

Another major plus of Ultraflow is that the interface of the game is extremely simple and you can start playing in an instant. The app is so simple there is no need for tutorials too. Just fire it up and you are into the action. According to the developers there are 99 levels so you will be playing the game for some time for sure. Needless to say each new level is harder than the previous one so you may have to repeat a level once in a while.

Ultraflow is a really nice game. It will appeal even to people who are not into puzzle games. But if you are you will like this app even more.

Ultraflow is here on Google Play.

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