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LEELE

The long-waited second release in the L**L* puzzle series is finally here!

Will you remember all the paths?

LEELE is a pattern memory game where you select nodes in their connected order. It starts easy and grows more difficult.

Are you insane enough to complete all the levels?

Frequently Asked Questions
  1. How do you play?
    When you start the game there are two colored squares. These are the endpoints of the trail. You touch either one to start. The path will then dissappear and your job is to touch the rest of the squares in the same order as the path. If you make a mistake you will have to start the level over.

  2. How does the score work?
    When you successfully find the path then you gain one colored square around the border of the game. The colors of the squares represent the level–which is the number of squares in the path.

  3. Is there any penalty for mistakes?
    Yes. When you make a mistake you lose one of the squares around the border of the game. If you lose enough squares to lose a level then you will get a new puzzle with one fewer squares.

  4. How do I win?
    You win by completing filling in all the squares around the border of the game. Remember, you lose one whenever you make a mistake, and those mistakes will become more common as your memory gets stretched to its limit.

  5. What is the star on the border?
    The star represents the furthest level you have reached.

  6. Are you insane?
    Yes. I do loves me some nasty puzzles.

Detailed Game Information
Latest Build: 1.0
Change Log:
Programming Language: HTML5 and Javascript compiled on Cordova
Game Engine: bespoke - see my Github repositories for open-sourced components
Graphics Engine: rough.js
Sound Engine: howler.js
Storage Engine: localforage
Source Code Editor: Visual Studio Code
Audio Editor: Ableton, Audacity
Favicons Generator: RealFaviconGenerator
Source Code Repository: Github
Work Spaces: TianYu Starbucks