About this game
Developer: FX Valley
Content Rating: Everyone
Put your brain to the test with Grid Mania, simple but challenging logical puzzle game. Solve over 170 levels in 4 different modes: Casual Puzzle – No pressure, place each ball on its right spot without worrying about the number of moves you can make. Quick Challenge – Levels must be completed in just a few moves. There is probably only one solution, can you find it? Grid Madness – Make the most of your brainpower to fill the whole level with colors in Match-3 style game. Chain Reaction – Build large chains of balls of the same color in a fun but mind-boggling maze. If you manage to solve all those riddles, the challenge is not yet over: Grid Mania generates random levels which might prove even more puzzling to wrap your head around.
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Grid Mania doesn’t attempt to revolutionise the puzzle genre in any shape of form, but the things that it does well help to create a solid brain teasing experience. The four game modes offer an excellent initial set of levels with escalating difficulty, and then three distinctive twists on that core mechanic that could all even warrant their own game. Presentational setbacks aside, Grid Mania is well worth your time if you want to feel like a genius.
If you are looking to scratch that puzzle itch or want a simple game that plays wonderfully in short bursts, take a look at Grid Mania. Switch is becoming home to games that either are or seem like they would be a great fit on mobile, and this trend is adding depth to the system’s library. Grid Mania doesn’t really do anything new, but it plays well, has some variety to its gameplay, and provides a solid challenge. “Mania” might be a little hyperbolic, so let’s just say the game is “Grid Fun” for the whole family.
Designed for short bursts and with more than enough content to justify its incredibly generous price tag, Grid Mania offers a unique puzzle experience with plenty of challenge to go around. The four game modes aren't as distinct as they perhaps could or should be, but the core design is strong enough to keep each mode from feeling derivative of one another. As the difficulty gradually curves up and critical thought becomes a more frequent demand, Grad Mania establishes itself as a highly satisfying puzzler that still manages to be quite relaxing at its hardest.