The very last app that’s currently under the editor’s choice apps section on the Google play store is called Blendoku. Were not sure why this is the very last app they chose to add to the list, but it is a very interesting and fun puzzle game that was developed by a mobile app company called Lonely Few. Their only other app on the Google play store is a one called Brainsss and has a picture of the vampire looking zombie walking towards the screen, so it’s really out of the ordinary for them to create a puzzle app after creating another app such as that one.
Blendoku is essentially an app for both Android phones and tablets that brings a really cool mobile puzzle game experience and allows you to challenge your abilities to distinguish and arrange colors on your screen. The game is said to be based on color principles and exercises that were taught in art schools around the world. You get to play through hundreds of different levels and change difficulty levels to match your experience.
Blendoku also features 475 different levels that are all free and you can change the games difficulty as well. You can also compare yourself with other players with the global score board and attain badges along the way. This game is said to have a very addictive style of gameplay using simple and intuitive touch controls that allow you to create your own original color strategy and you can even save your progress automatically as you place of that you don’t get too frustrated when you lose.
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Download and play Blendoku for your PC computer – Windows XP, 7, 8
If you would like to download the game Blendoku and play on your desktop PC computer then you’re going to need to use the BlueStacks mobile app player which you can download for free from BlueStacks.com. Install their software on your computer and then follow the instructions on your screen to log into your Google play store account.
After you are logged in then you can search for the game “Blendoku” on the Google play store within the app player, and once you find the correct game you would like to install simply click the green install button on apps official page. Then allow the app player to automatically download and install the game for you before you can play it by clicking the green open button.
Blendoku was last updated on January 5, 2015 where the developers made a couple minor fixes. They also fixed a level save blog that users were running into and they added native support for Intel-based devices. If you have any problems or issues with the game make sure to leave them a comment at email@example.com.