Game Review: QuadrataMay 31, 2011 1 Comment
Remember being a little kid and playing squares on a piece of paper? Well the new and totally free game Quadrata for Windows Phone 7 takes that basic function and turns it into a great mobile game. Plus the game does not disappoint when it comes to the visuals. Beautiful Mind Games did an amazing job with the artwork and the gameplay as well.
The game starts you off with your basic look to the classic game squares. A grid with a few lines already drawn in and you take turns with the CPU or a 2nd human player drawing out the rest of the lines. Now, instead of trying to form squares to get the territory. In Quadrata, you have to try to get a box made up of 4 smaller squares.
At first you might be beaten senseless, even by the CPU on easy but as you play and get aÂ feel of the game – you will have a great time playing it.
Game Difficulty Levels
- Oh, God!
And also 3 different grid sizes for each…
The game is really fun and should be picked up ASAP!!!
Brought to you by the developers of the popular Triangula, Quadrata is another smart and fun take on the classic paper-and pencil game of Squares.
- Connect dots with lines and make 2Ã—2 rectangles (“quads”), trying to claim more squares than your opponent.
- Test your skills against the computer or challenge a friend.
- Track your performance over time and submit your grades to online leaderboards.
- Start with an empty play field or let the computer make your first moves for you.
- Leave the game unfinished and come back later to complete it.
- Computer cheats? Use the playback feature to see what actually happened.
Great simple game â€” easy to learn and fun to play, but hard to master.
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