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Like the best iPhone puzzlers, Primrose is playable by all from the off, but offers a challenge of some magnitude for those who yearn for high scores – something which this vibrant puzzler deserves itself
Play fast and loose, however, and Primrose will offer you a strange disco dancefloor riff on Go or Othello. Rohrer may have left the world of pure art games behind for the time being, away from one-shot attempts at exploring human themes, but his cerebral tendencies aren’t entirely absent and his first puzzle title is a claustrophobic and often organic game. The board slowly fills, your tiles shifting, spreading and swarming like bacteria until all the playable space is gone. Thoughtful and sly, Primrose revels in the surprising connections between the simplest spaces and, inevitably, offers a little geometric insight to even the least mathematically inclined of players.
Primrose is a very strong puzzle game, but I’m afraid it’s not for everyone. If your not up for a challenge, the game will become boring quickly. For those with strong puzzle skills, Primrose can give you the challenge you are looking for.