FRACTER is the newest puzzle game that will challenge your brain

Are you into challenging puzzle games like Monument Valley and Limbo? FRACTER is the newest game to test your brain with various puzzles. The game takes a lot of strategy and became available on Android and iOS a few days ago.

FRACTER is now available to download and install from Google’s Play Store. It requires an Android smartphone or tablet running Android 6.0 Marshmallow or newer. Since this game is super involved with tons of levels and a long story mode, it costs $3.99 up front. If you have some Play Store credit in your account, this might be worth picking up and giving a try. Here’s a little about the game from my experiences having played it over the weekend.

First off, know that the game can be super addicting. I found that after I got the hang of it, I only wanted to play more and had a hard time putting my phone down. The graphics are stunning and make the app worth every penny if you’re into this kind of stuff. Anyone can play as a single player and try to complete the required tasks to move onto new challenges and levels. You do this by playing a hero trying to outrun bad guys by completing various puzzles along the journey. The goal in the game is to get as far as you can by completing smaller and larger puzzles. It does take a lot of thinking, and may even get you a bit frustrated at times, but aren’t most puzzle games like that?

Hit the download link in brackets below to install the game on your mobile or go into the Play Store and search for FRACTER. Let us know what you think in the comments and check out our other coverage.

[FRACTER – Download Link]

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