Maneuver lasers and pearls in Link It

Link It asks players to use mirrors and rotating pearls to maneuver a chain of laser light around each brain-teasing level. It only sounds complicated because it is--at first.

Link It asks players to use mirrors and rotating pearls to maneuver a chain of laser light around each brain-teasing level. It only sounds complicated because it is--at first.

Each level is littered with different configurations of pearls, one of which is your starting point--the green pearl--which fires off the initial laser. Your job is to rotate the pearls so that they reflect the laser around obstacles and eventually back to the green pearl. Oh, and every pearl must be linked in the resulting chain of light.

As you've probably guessed, Link It is not the simplest game in the market. It's complex, and it'll take a while to grasp the gameplay. However, once you do pick it up, it'll be incredibly addicting, and will have you dreaming about different ways to rotate those darn pearls and reflect that darn light. But be warned, the moment you grasp it will probably be the moment the levels start to get significantly more difficult. But hey, when it comes to puzzle games, that's when the fun really begins, right?

Link It Lite is free and comes with 25 challenging levels, while Link It Pro gives you over 200 levels, and is available in the Android Market for $2.99. Overall, we think it is yet another polished puzzle game from the makers of Smiley Pops. It would've been nice if it had some different (less annoying) music choices, but regardless, we still highly recommend the download.

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