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Innecto seems so easy and relaxing; the little tiles twist satisfyingly into place as you race against the clock to complete each board in the least time with the least number of moves. The difficulty ramps up though - and you'll need all your skill to get to the end.
Innecto for Mac
Innecto for iOS (on the iPhone)
Innecto for iOS (on the iPad)
There are more than 100 levels and each one is calculated by the computer so no two games will be the same - giving Innecto great replay value.
Innecto is available in two versions - a Freemium version and an 'up-front' paid for version. Both versions have the same number of levels and the same addictive gameplay - but the Freemium version contains advertising, and the original soundtrack is only available as an in-app purchase. In addition, if you buy the 'up-front' paid for version of Innecto you will be rewarded with a free hint the first time you complete each level perfectly.
The game design, code, tile graphics, and segment typeface are all the work of Pascal Harris (45RPM Software) and the music and sound design is the work of Richard Hanson (Highfish Recordings) with additional music production by David Jamieson. Many people have tested Innecto - and we really hope that you enjoy the final result.
I’d love to say that Innecto is an entirely original concept - but, credit where it’s due, I am standing on the shoulders of giants. Long ago, when Mac OS X first came out, the first game that I played on Apple’s new operating system was called NSNet by Kenneth Dyke and William Coldwell. Innecto is inspired by that game. NSNet was itself inspired by The Network Game by Pavils Jurjans and Pavils was inspired by a game called Netwalk and so forth - it’s turtles all the way down.
Innecto (macOS) Innecto in the Mac App Store.
Innecto Innecto iPad and iPhone in the App Store.
Innecto Free Innecto Free for iPad and iPhone in the App Store.
Innecto is coming soon for TV in the appleTV Store.