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 IPAD NEWS - NEW RELEASE

You've had Red and Yellow, now Bart Bonte's brought you Black

Yet another fabulous puzzler

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Product: Black | Publisher: The Bonte Games
For: iPad   Also on: Android, iPhone
 
I don't know how this slipped under our radar, but remember Bart Bonte, Master of Colours? After bringing us Red and Yellow we've now got Black to dig into. Grab it free-to-play on the App Store or Google Play now. 

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If you've played Bonte's games before you'll know what you're in for. Black offers up another 50 levels for you to work through and it won't be a cakewalk, that's for sure. The goal? To make the whole screen black. 

You'll find each level standing on its own two feet and, despite there being two games before it, Black throws in a few new puzzles for good measure. If you get stuck you can always use the hint button, but where's the fun in that?

There's a good chance you won't know what I'm on about, but I strongly suggesting giving this, or Bonte's other two games, a go - especially if you're a fan of puzzlers. 
 

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Emily Sowden 10 October 2018
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