Vienna-based developer Miro Straka strikes again with his cunningly challenging, aesthetically alluring puzzle pair Euclidean Lands and Euclidean Skies. Come February 5, the two will rocket to the Steam stratosphere under one name– Euclidean Skies— and together proffer a mesmerizing experience for players all over again. Euclidean Lands first launched for mobile in 2017, with the follow-up Euclidean Skies rising a year later in 2018, also for mobile. In an unusual mobile-to-PC evolution, both titles will be available under one flag, combining the best levels from both games and an infinite level generator to propel itself into even greater heights. The Steam Euclidean Skies says of itself the following:
“Euclidean Skies combines marvelous architecture and turn-based movements to create a beautiful world with mind-bending puzzles. The game’s focus is on shifting and rotating the world to gain tactical advantage and overpower the enemies in 55 elegant, but incredibly challenging levels.”
Straka’s creation is one that needs to be seen to be believed. If you can imagine turn-based combat revolving around the architecture of a Rubik’s Cube, you’ll be partway there — but the crushing difficulty that awaits, and the absurdly beautiful graphical cloak that swathes it, launches it into a league of its own. Find Euclidean Skies on Steam on February 5, and play it any time already on mobile.