Mosaique Review – A fresh puzzling experience

On June 25, 2013

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Mosaique Review – A fresh puzzling experience

Our rating:

By: Winning Blimp

Version #: 1.2

Date Released: 2013-05-27

Developer: Mosaique Support

Price: $0.99

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Have you ever tried to invent your own game? Not just any game, one with a fresh concept , immense strategy and addictive gameplay? If you haven’t, try it or ask a game developer and you’ll know that it is alot harder than it seems. Breaking this barrier is Mosaique, featuring a simple concept blossomed to awesomeness.

Mosaique will need you to go a couple of rounds before you actually get the game. But once in the swing, oh, you’re gonna love it! You’ve a grid,  the Mosaique, of colored tiles scattered randomly and all you need to do is remove them all. Shoot your striker tile to remove all the similar colored tiles in the way, until it replaces one of a different wavelength. Continue this until you poof up all the tiles.

Want to know a little secret about Mosaique? You cannot lose in this game! Yep, there is no way, that you’re out of moves or run out of time or exhaust the tiles. The goal is to get a higher score, each time you play. Strategically shoot your strikers, build up colors and eliminate them together to grab more points. There are 7 levels and you’ve to excel in each one to be the ultimate Mosaique champion.

There are a couple of unique things to share, too. None of the Mosaique levels are pre-designed. They are generated algorithmically, so that you have fresh levels always. Also, the challenge increases with your performance. Do great in a level and you’ll get a harder next level or vice versa.

Also, did I tell about the beautiful interface and controls? I guess, I did now. A non looping original BGM also adds to the effect.

In a nutshell,  Mosaique brings a whole new puzzling experience to the screen and is surely not to be missed by people with quick brains.

Quick Take


Would I Buy Again:Yes

Learning Curve:Medium

Who Is It For:Puzzle gamers

What I Like:The interface and new concept

What I Don't Like:More gameplay modes would be nice

Final Statement:What's your high score?

Read the Developer's Notes:
"Mosaique can be downright distracting to the extent that the rest of the world can seemingly fall away and disappear. 4/5" - Touch Arcade

"Mosaique is one of those apps that transcend traditional puzzle games." - iDownloadBlog

".. perfect for either a bit of mental exercise on the go or some extended Zen meditation on the couch." - Joystiq

"If you have fond memories of Tetris, or just like puzzle games and own an iPhone, you should pick up Mosaique. 5/5" - Gamezebo


Solve the Mosaique! Lose yourself in the pastime of another world!

With just seven levels the game can be easily completed in the time it takes for sunlight to reach the Earth. Arrange and clear tiles of matching colors to beat each level and discover the hidden depths behind this addictive puzzle game. The pride of the Vraxis moon colonists is yours to enjoy!

- Algorithmically generated levels. Different each game!
- Play as you please. Mosaique gives back only as much strategic challenge as you put in.
- No time limits. It's a game, not a test.
- 10 minute original soundtrack to help you slip away.
- Elegantly designed interface and visual experience. Immerse yourself!

Shake the game and watch the sand-filled tiles float around in an anti-gravitational field!

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From the first iPod Touch till the new iPad Mini, Roshan has loved each of his iDevices and has been busy tweaking and getting the most out of them. As a Med student from India, he splits his time between studying corpse and writing about his iOS passion. When not on the web, you could find him glued to TV Shows, movies or the bed! Recently, he has taken upon the role of an appreneur and is currently working on a revolutionary new app, Cyan for Facebook.

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