Circuitry is a puzzle game based on the simple concept of turning all the buttons 'off'. The game contains a 'how-to' tutorial area to help you understand the basics of the game. You also have access to a built-in help feature which will show you the first couple of steps in the earlier levels.
This version has access to the random room generators where with little customization, you can create a myriad of additional generated puzzles!
In either the LITE or PRO version the objective is the same - complete the puzzles in as little steps as possible. Each level will track how many steps you took to complete it. Only your best efforts are recorded. You can go back and replay any previous level to improve your stats.
The PRO version has 500 levels and access to the random grids which need to be unlocked. These random grids mean you can generate an unlimited number of puzzles and customise their settings to make it easier or harder.
You can check your progress via the Options menu and see what level you are up to and how many steps you have taken in total. The objective is to have the highest level completed with the lowest total moves overall.
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What's new in version 1.12
- Fixed 'help' feature - Fixed issue with dialogue boxes / messages - Fixed issue with Mode 2 and Random Rooms - Adjusted graphics for lightning effects - Added new Tutorial levels - Rewrote 'How To Play' section
Circuitry is a puzzle game developed by Bradley Askew, and is available for download on both iOS and Android devices. The app is compatible with iOS 8.0 or later on the following devices: iPhone 11 Pro, X, Xs, SE, iPhone 8, 7, 6, iPad Pro and iPad Mini.
Click the button or scan the QR code below to download Circuitry for iOS. Check out our downloads section to download Circuitry for android and other platforms.
App Rating & Updates
The app is $0.99 and offers no in-app purchases.