AZZL: Candy-Colored Puzzles, Animated Characters and Hilarious Stories in One Lovable, Easy-to-Play Game
Jutiful, the developer known for its particular brand of wonderfully bright multicolored apps (think Candy Crush colors) has come up with a puzzle game called AZZL that mixes lovable and cute animation against a dazzling backdrop of cotton candy colors. Solve the puzzle and lose yourself in the make-believe world and hilarious story of these extremely absurd, oddly shaped but strangely lovable characters.
The blend of Disney-like characters, Care Bear and Candy Crush colors with the wonderful insanity of a logic puzzle that only the developers of Jutiful can bring to life is what AZZL is all about. It does not require much – only the adaptability to instantly perceive patterns and a kind of logic of the true misfit. To quote Jutiful, “We hope our polite insanity is to your taste.”
AZZL was launched September 24 and costs $2.99 to download from App Store. No worries! Jutiful promises no in-app purchases when playing the game. The secrets in the puzzles and the 100 hilarious stories are for the player to discover totally for free. All the player needs after the download is his mind’s ability to think off-tangent.
The puzzles consist of scrambled pieces that are moved, or maybe a more apt word is animated, because it is not your regular puzzle piece but a moving piece in an animated video. A user activates the puzzle by flipping, twisting or rotating the scrambled pieces together in sequence with the moving scenery/imagery. If the player gets the puzzle, the rewards are “yays” from friends. As the levels go up, the difficulty increases. New shapes and mechanics come into play. With the unveiling of each puzzle is a short animation that tells the bigger story around the puzzle just solved and the logic is always hilarious but insanely logical and absurdly believable.
Play AZZL and be guaranteed with a natural high that owes no thanks to carbo-loading. This is all about euphoric highs after “getting it,” getting “yays” and knowing you are not alone in your insanity.