50 Best Abstract games

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The best 50 Abstract games daily generated by our specialised A.I. comparing over 40 000 video games across all platforms for Android, Win Mobile, PS4 (Playstation 4), Xbox One, Switch, PC Windows, Mac OS, Linux and 3DS. The order in this selection is not absolute, but the best games tends to be up in the list.

The latest addition in this selection are Arca's Path VR released the 3 December 2018 and ranked #8, King and Assassins released the 8 August 2018 and ranked #21, DYSTOA released the 29 June 2018 and ranked #44.

1# Dissembler - 2018

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Flip pairs of tiles to make matching color groups vanish, but that is where the resemblance to a standard match-three ends. The experience starts simply, leading you gently from basic principles to more complex puzzles, but before long it will require careful planning and lateral thinking.

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2# Quarto - 2018

Review86Score

Each piece has 4 different characteristics that make them unique (color, shape, size, hollow or solid). An amazing replayability: change the rules and winning formula, for always unique games,.

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3# Mind Games Pro - 2014

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Previous research has shown that Mindfulness may provide improvements in focus, working memory, and mental flexibility for some. No scientific research has yet been conducted to determine if the apps particular implementation of Mindfulness and brain training games has cognitive benefits.

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4# Spectrum - 2017

Review74Score

This process caused a huge explosion of energy and the protagonist was blown deep into the forest while the now evil sorcerer flees. You must traverse the landscape and explore deserted factories, expansive caves, haunted forests, high treetops, scorched deserts, and a train station in search for the crystals of colour and then make your way to the sorcerer to face him and restore colour to the world. A 2016 Australian STEM Video Game Challange Winner (Year 9 - 12) *This app is not usable with touch input and requires a mouse and keyboard.

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5# Color Zen - 2016

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One that invites you to put on your headphones, relax, and find your way through an abstract world of colors and shapes. There are no points or penalties for failure just an abstract world of color to move through at your own pace. Online features require an account and are subject to terms of service and applicable privacy policy (playstationnetwork.com/terms-of-service & playstationnetwork.com/privacy-policy).

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6# Art Of Gravity - 2017

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Art Of Gravity is a voxel/physics based puzzle game, revolving around the theme of destroying abstract figures, which results in mesmerizing displays of dance of gravity.

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7# .projekt - 2018

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projekt is like taking a geometry lessons but in a fun and relaxing way. Imagine how an object looks like from a different point of view to match a silhouette.

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8# Arca's Path VR - 2018

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A Dark Fairytale Enter the simulated world of Arca and unlock the truth, in a truly immersive VR gaming experience. Hands-free Control Head tracking VR technology uses your gaze to intuitively lead the characters sphere with skill and precision. Ambient Soundtrack Experience the chilled experimental electro music of Ninja Tunes artist, Raffertie.

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10# Glitch Dash - 2018

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Dodge your way past hammers, axes, geometric obstacles and even lasers! Your reflexes need to be on edge to get through the intense mazes that is Glitch Dash. Features Incredibly hard-core gameplay Gloriously abstract and funky graphics Epic beat driven gameplay to music Make a Perfect Run for the ultimate bragging rights

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11# OVIVO - 2018

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OVO travels through the metaphorical world, overcoming dangers and collecting mysterious symbols. Because momentum is preserved when transitioning from one color to another, OVO can float along their border as if being carried by a flow. Online features require an account and are subject to terms of service and applicable privacy policy (playstationnetwork.com/terms-of-service & playstationnetwork.com/privacy-policy).

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12# Cubway - 2016

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Cubway is a journey with an abstract story of lifecycle of rebirth, called Samsara. Guide the cube through the long way full of dangers and difficulties, visit many interesting and mysterious places.

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14# David. - 2014

Review77Score

You play David, an awfully small abstracted chosen hero tossed into a blissfully simple world overrun by giant culminations of evil physics-beasts. As David, you are given a slingshot-esque gift that you will have to use to conquer your colossus foes. Be there AND be square.

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15# Metrico - 2014

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Metrico centers around infographics. It’s an atmospheric puzzle action game with a mindset of its own. The idea was born a few years ago, out of admiration for the beauty of infographics as an art form. It was reinforced by seeing that infographics have become increasingly important in contemporary pop-culture. While they haven’t made their way to videogames yet, Digital Dreams feels it’s a place where they can work exceptionally well. This is not just because of their pretty aesthetics as much as it is that games are about interaction with data visualization.

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16# simian.interface - 2016

Review70Score

simian.interface++ is an abstract puzzle experience for simian participants of all ages and abilities. There are no explicit rules, no instructions, and very simple controls. Puzzles must be solved using pattern recognition, intuition, and experimentation.

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18# Lines the Game - 2015

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Lines is an abstract zen game experience where form is just as important as function. Lines is the perfect game to play while commuting or in other short moments of downtime. Play a single session in a matter of seconds or find yourself making a winning streak of 20 games in a row!

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20# Hohokum - 2014

Review75Score

Hohokum is a colorful exploration based adventure game. Players control a space worm, flying around rescuing people from their city under distress. Hohokum is a collaboration between Honeyslug, an independent game developer based in North London, and Richard Hogg, an artist and designer. After launching as a web-based gaming experiment in 2010, Hohokum comes to PlayStation consoles now fully formed thanks to a collaboration with game design studios Honeyslug and SCE Studios Santa Monica, delivering the same unique exploration experience in a refined and expansive adventure waiting to be explored!

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21# King and Assassins - 2018

Review73Score

Discover the digital adaptation of this renowned two-player game. Can you safeguard the King all the way to his castle? Danger abounds in an angry mob controlled by your opponent. Three assassins are planning to murder the monarch! Get ready for a fight – the hunt is on!

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22# Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP - 2011

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Co-operate with friends via Twitter, experience a videogame world that is affected by moon phases & help a wandering warrior monk complete her woeful errand. S:S&S EP features an album's worth of original music by noted composer Jim Guthrie as well as artwork & designs by Superbrothers Inc, crafted & engineered by videogame wizards at Capy in Toronto, Canada. For more details, feel free to stop by Listen to Jim Guthrie's Sword & Sworcery LP: The Ballad of the Space Babies, available April 2011 on iTunes, Bandcamp & limited edition vinyl.

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25# aMAZE Gears - 2018

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Screenshot of the video game aMAZE Gears
Screenshot of the video game aMAZE Gears
Screenshot of the video game aMAZE Gears

aMAZE Gears is a straightforward and surprisingly-difficult celebration of the simple beauty of the maze with traps, timer and calm soundtrack.

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