It’s easy to attribute malice to germs or diseases, given their debilitating effects on our health, but really, they can’t help doing what they do. I don’t think they can, anyway; if it turns out that viruses and spores are consciously plotting against us, then I think we have a new set of problems. Still, that same sort of casual infection is the aim behind Sporos, a puzzle game from TriplePoint client Appxplore that’s all about cell fertilization with infectiously addictive gameplay. See, we were going somewhere with this.
From the press release:
Sporos is a simple yet challenging puzzle game. The objective is to fertilize the cells in each level with a special seed known as the sporos. Players drag pieces onto the board one at a time, arranging them to extend all the way down every row and column. Sporos demands a mix of skill, luck, and logic; in order to succeed, players will conduct clever experiments like scientists in a lab. The soothing electronic music helps you keep your cool, while the colorful graphics lend the game a spacey, biological vibe. Sporos starts off easy, but with hundreds of levels and multiple solutions for each, it will take a true puzzle genius to master this stylish, colorful app.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to see how the ‘puzzle pieces’ on my bathroom ceiling are expanding across the board.