The award-winning indie puzzle G30 is available now on Android. Android phones and tablets users got all the content previously released on iOS – including the latest update with additional story chapter and a Master Mode, where you’ll need to complete levels with a minimum number of moves.
G30 – A Memory Maze is a minimalistic take on the puzzle genre, where each level is hand-crafted and meaningful. It’s a story of a person with a cognitive disorder, who is trying to recollect the elusive past – before the disease takes over and everything will fade away.
What makes G30 – A Memory Maze special:
- Telescopic text – every step in a puzzle changes the meaning of the story. It represents a
transformation of memories when we add new details to them.
- Unique puzzles that are deeply connected to the story – wrapped in stylish flat design.
- The game shows how a person with a mental disease conceives reality. We see the world that
slips away from the main character whose personality and memory will soon fade away
together with the reason for his existence.
- It’s a classic indie story. Ivan does everything solo – game design, coding, art, music.
Formerly a graphics designer and a musician, Ivan had to sell his precious guitars to finish
G30 was featured by Apple in the “New games we love” section and was its “Game of the Day” in USA, UK, China, Russia, and a few other countries. The game now holds a 4.8 rating in the US App Store with more than 1100 reviews.
G30 was also praised by the press. It was included in The Guardian’s list of “The best new mobile games 2018”, Macworld’s “Best iPhone & iPad games 2018” and Le Monde’s “The best video games of May” among other publications.