It's very possible that you missed INOQONI when it came out earlier this month. If that is the case, you should know right about now that it's worth a look if you're a fan of puzzle-platformers.
INOQONI is the name of a young girl. Her curiosity gets the better of her when she ventures inside a mysterious tower in the middle of a forest. Unfortunately, she then finds herself stuck inside the tower, unable to escape.
This is where you come in.
There are 60 puzzling single-screen levels in INOQONI, and you'll have to think hard about completing them from the very start.
The game's central mechanic is that you can mirror the level at the touch of a button. So, what was on the left side of the screen becomes the right side, and vice versa.
INOQONI travels to the other side of the room, too, except if you position her in front of the magic mirror in each level. Any objects that are reflected in the magic mirror stay where they are while the rest of the room is mirrored.
Using the magic mirror, you can transport INOQONI and other objects around the levels to reach the exit. As you do so, though, you'll need to acquire keys, dodge armoured knights, and avoid spike pits.
Your puzzle-solving skills - and sometimes your platforming chops - will be sorely put to the test in INOQONI, then.
So, if all that appeals to you, go pick INOQONI up on the App Store for 69p / 99c [buy] or on Google Play for free [download] right now.