I just graduated from High School and I want to share my senior project, a puzzle game for Android. Its called Sudo Squares, and its a edge matching game based off of research conducted by Brown University professor JD Daniels, whom I meet last summer at Brown's summer program.
I've been working on this game for just shy of a year, and I've done all of the coding and the "gamification" of the original research. One of my friends did the promotional images; he is a grade below me. In fact his designs beat students at the RISD (Rhode Island School of Design) whom the professor contacted.
The game involves matching sides of adjacent tiles across a 3 x 3 grid. The number of colors is variable. Since games are generated randomly at the start of each game, there's a huge number of possible games. There's over 100 million possible games, so there's no other app with more bang for you buck.
The version I released today includes Achievements and Leaderboards.
Thank you!
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