Wayout is the next minimalist puzzler from the creators of Neo Angle and Blyss
Coming to iOS and Android
Your goal on the increasingly complex grid is merely to switch every tile to white, tapping to switch colors and manipulate the board. While the early stages may be small and only feature a single color, Wayout layers on trickier elements and more hues. You'll need to plan carefully and consider how every move changes the grid several steps in advanced to succeed
From linked tiles that swap colors together to tiles that swap the colors of adjacent tiles, you'll have a variety of grid-altering mechanics to learn; however Wayout is free of timers or scoring, so you'll be able to solve any of its 60 levels at your pace pressure-free.
Wayout is expected to release soon on iOS and Android; we'll keep you updated on dates and price as more details appear.