May18 , 2021

    This weeks Free App of the Week “YANKAI’S TRIANGLE”


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    Love playing
    Games? This week Apple Store has highlighted YANKAI’S TRIANGLE, a puzzle game by
    Kenny Sun as ‘Free App of the Week’ this week that means you can
    download and enjoy this game at no charge throughout the whole week (free). 

    If you miss to download ‘Free App of the Week’ YANKAI’S TRIANGLE now,
    you will be charged as a regular price $2.99. So hurry up and grab this puzzle
    game for iPhone, iPad for free. This app download is valid till this week for
    7 days only. So once you download this app from App Store, you can
    use it forever for free.  

    Love playing Games? This week Apple Store has highlighted YANKAI’S TRIANGLE, a puzzle game by Kenny Sun as ‘Free App of the Week’ this week
    TRIANGLE is a love letter to TRIANGLES. A puzzling puzzle game about the beauty
    and joy of infinitely tapping on TRIANGLES for some reason. 
    With an
    elegant innovative revolutionary TRIANGLE-first approach to interface, YANKAI’S
    TRIANGLE lets you tap on TRIANGLES to spin them and stuff. Colors play a part
    in gameplay too I think. Bring TRIANGLES to a forgotten TRIANGLE, and uncover a
    TRIANGLE hidden deep beneath the YANKAI.
    From the App
    Store Editors’ Notes:
    This deceptively
    simple puzzle game is pure Pythagorean pleasure. Rotating multicolored
    triangular puzzle pieces to snap them together with their mates is dead simple
    at first, but when layer after layer of triangles are in the mix, we truly come
    to respect the power of three. Bright hues and funny sound effects help seal
    the deal—you might even say it’s very acute.

    Demo here: