Bind Flow: Addictive brain teaser puzzle game
Developer: Voros Innovation
Current Version: 1.5.3
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Download Size: 13.3 MB - Download
Bind is the challenging new puzzle game that is easy to learn but difficult to master!
A variation of an old classic, it is very addictive to play and will keep you entertained for hours.
+ Draw lines to connect each pair of same-colored dots.
+ Do not cross through other colored dots or lines.
+ Fill all empty spaces to finish each game.
Difficulty increases as the grid becomes larger and you progress through the levels.
With each level you complete, the next level is unlocked.
Score points and stars at each game based on your speed and accuracy.
- 80 levels included in this free version
- Levels from 5x5 up to 8x8 cell matrix
- Easy to learn, difficult to master
- Simple yet attractive game interface
- Continue play automatically from where you left off, or select any other unlocked level
- Game sounds can be turned on or off
- Challenging fun for all ages
+ Bug Fixes
Most Helpful Reviews
A great game! - A great game. Fast moving. I love the simplicity of it as well as the difficulty of it. It's also pleasing to the eye with its large colored dots. It's hard to stop playing-- only once more, oh well, once more won't hurt and then you're lost in it again. Very addicting.
Not as good as Flow. - This is a crappier version of Flow (which I love). You're timed, instead of graded on making the connections on the first try, but the controls stick so it's almost impossible to get three stars past the first stage. Just not worth it when I can play Flow over and over again.
More Reviews for Current Version
Just plain fun - Low-impact, non-stressful but challenging fun connecting the dots without crossing the color lines.
It’s ok, but scoring is poor. - When solutions were quickly found with all squares filled, no undoing of boxes, on several occasions, it resulted in just 2 (out of 3) stars. I can only assume my paths had too many snake-like, back-n-forth, paths or they were not the ones the developers wanted. If it was due to a time limit, there was no mention of this nor any means to know if you’re running too long. Although, most of the solutions were found taking longer than others, but still scored 3 stars. In short, whether you undo a square or not, solve it fast or slow, you could still receive 2 stars and never know why, preventing you from adjusting your playing in the future. Nice game to pass the time, but don’t expect scoring to be accurate or helpful. As previosly mentioned, I found the first 20 levels rather easy. I can understand why some people would be tired of it’s lack of increasing the challenges at the lower levels. From 21 to 30, I stumbled once and had to redo some squares, a few made me pause and think for a minute. It might be better suited for someone under 12. It’d be good to teach a child mouse skills. I stopped at level 34 to write this review and check out “Flow” that someone mentioned.