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July 28, 2019

lessons [browser]

Can you make it through the 20 levels of Lessons, a short puzzle game by David King that explores the idea of teaching systems and tutorialisation in games?


WeeEck said...

Nice tea break teaser.

Anonymous said...

Smallest, Darkest, Alphabetized shapes.
Just another day with O.C.D.

WJ said...

Interesting you used alphabetized which does work. I looked at it as number of sides largest to smallest (Circle infinite, Square four, Triangle three). I always thought of circle as one side, but when that didn't work, I assumed infinite.

Anonymous said...

I really like how the start screen (the one with the 'play' button) is also a puzzle that acts as the last level, and how you're able to 'solve' it once you've finished the lessons. If you already know the rules, you can even complete the game from the start without playing any of the other levels.

jcfclark said...

Reminds me of an IQ test taken in grammar school which is not meant as a criticism. It's always fun to see how many ways my brain tries to puzzle out a solution.


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