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Fates and Constellations is a simple but stunning line-splitting puzzler

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Product: Fates and Constellations | Publisher: Rotten Mage
For: iPhone
 
Fates and Constellations is an upcoming puzzler which splits lines and gets rid of unwanted constellations. 

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If you're still with me, that's great, stay here. It may seem a little obscure but Fates and Constellations actually looks like a nice puzzler with some definite challenge. The idea is to split the rogue constellations without touching the stars - though if you touch the golden star, that means bonus points for you.

With more patterns to be added and gradually increasing difficulty, the game's shaping up to be one to keep on hand in case you get a spare ten minutes. 

Fates and Constellations is still in very early development for iOS (potentially Android, too) but it's definitely a game we'll be keeping an eye on. We can see from the forum page that the devs are keen on improving and updating gameplay/mechanics so let's wait and see what else they've got in store for us. 



 

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Emily Sowden 5 January 2017
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