Factsheet

Developer:
Rainbow Train
Based in Miedzylesie, Poland

Release date:
January, 2015

Platforms:
Android
iOS
Windows Phone
Web - PROTOTYPE

Website:
playthehook.com

Regular Price:

EUR€0.99
USD$0.99

Description

HOOK is a minimal, relaxing, puzzle game. It is more of a game-like experience than a challenge. No menus, no achievements, just you and a puzzle. Player is surrounded by calming sounds and music. Playing "HOOK" is a meditative and calming experience, rarely found in mobile gaming.

History

After releasing 5 minute version of "Hook" on Kongregate, where it ended up winning weekly contest, getting over 200k game-plays and very good ratings. I was asked for more! I decided to make a polished version of the game. So here it is.

Features

  • Relaxing
  • Minimalistic
  • New type of gameplay

Videos

Trailer YouTube


Images

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Selected Articles

  • " .. this is a game you have to see/play to really understand how good it can be."
    - Jaymes Carter, droidgamers.com
  • "I love this game."
    - Lory Gil, idownloadblog.com
  • "I’m a huge fan of puzzle games, so Hook is a new favorite this year. "
    - Christine Chan, appadvice.com
  • ""HOOK" is a game that starts out simple enough. Too simple, actually. Almost insultingly simple. But once the puzzles started getting more complicated it becomes difficult to put down."
    - Rob Rich, Pocket Gamer
  • "Minimalistisch ist das Puzzle aber auf jeden Fall und trifft damit unseren Geschmack!"
    - Marcus Schwarten, iplayapps.de

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About Rainbow Train

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I'm Maciej, game developer that lives in the woods.

More information
More information on Rainbow Train, our logo & relevant media are available here.


HOOK Credits

Maciej Targoni
Game Design, Art, Programming

Wojciech Wasiak
Music, Sound


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