28 Nov

Ahsum Nimity is a puzzle game released by Rodo – Intelligent Computing .

“Do you like beautiful, innovative and challenging new games? Enter the awesome world of Ahsum Nimity! See if you have it in you to discover the rules that govern the magical portals. Some are broken, some are intact; no mere mortal can tell…”

The game opens to some nice cartoon style FMV that sets the story to game. You can then create a profile allowing multiply people to play the game.

When I went to start the game it asked if it could send some anonymous data to the developer, I said no, then the game begged me again. Not the perfect start to my gaming experience.

Once the game starts you select a flag on a map for the puzzle you wish to solve and then this will open to a screen where you are presented with several flying cities, they flash colours and these can be in or out of sequence with the other cities. The idea of the game is to draw a line (tunnel) between two of the cities and then say in they are connected or unconnected to the other city based on the flashing of the colours.

There is a scroll at the base of the scree that can be used to increase or slow the speed of the flashing.

Get the guess correct and you will receive points, get it wrong you get no point and are unable to try the same tunnel again. Once all the cities are connected or unconnected the level will end, with the points controlling how many stars you are awarded.

The story does not really progress as such, there is just another flag added to the map with another puzzle to solve. As you progress the puzzles will become harder with more elements added.

The graphics and sound are nice, but nothing special.

On the upside:

  • Interesting puzzle game.
  • Nice FMV.

On the downside:

  • Slow gameplay.
  • Begging for you to send data each time you open a profile to play the game (one time only please)

Overall, this is a strange little puzzle game, it is a little too basic for my liking, but for those who like a more slow paced game may find something of interest here. This game is designed for the more visual and casual gamer. The game is free and therefore it has not cost you no money if you decide to give it a try.

Rating: 71%

Size: 106 MB

Price (at time of review): Free

Link: Ahsum Nimity – Rodo – Intelligent Computing

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Posted by on November 28, 2011 in Game - Puzzle, iPad, Reviews


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