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Town and Rivers [Puzzle game test]

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Puzzle "Towns and rivers"
I’ve recently implemented the mechanics of a  puzzle that seemed very interesting to me.


As you progress through the game the levels vary in different parameters. You can choose any level you want.
 
I added a vote after each level and I would be very grateful if you could estimate the gameplay after passing each level.
 
There is a version for browser and for Android devices. Links are attached  below:

https://multicorn.itch.io/towns

townsandrivers.apk

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Simple but catchy graphics. They reminded me of Pipe Dream/Mania but I doubt the gameplay is the same. You forgot to describe it by the way. Focusing too much on watching us Big Brother ? Just kidding. Good luck I'm always excited when it comes to puzzles !!

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