Based in Haarlem, The Netherlands
6 November 2014
Briquid Mini is the cute little brother of tablet puzzler Briquid. It offers the same challenging gameplay, but in a smaller grid with upgraded graphics. Replay some of Briquids most dazzling levels in a Briquid Mini redesign and face dozens of new levels Mini has to offer! The whole game is newly built up and specially designed for smartphones. Build. Break. Solve!
The original Briquid was released as a tablet game in februari 2013. It received very positive reviews from game critics and game websites and was nominated for Best Mobile Game in the 2013 edition of the Dutch Game Awards. The game couldn't be ported to smartphones, because the grid would become to small. The game was completely redesigned for smartphones and with loads of new levels and a brand new look.
- Loads of bricks to build and smash.
- Over 100 reservoirs to fill with 100% water.
- Simple, pure gameplay with an upgraded retro look and feel.
- Gravity direction changes that will turn your puzzle world view upside down.
Briquid Mini announcement trailer Vimeo
Briquid Mini announcement trailer YouTube
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- "The game is so addicting that we’ve found ourselves spending several hours trying to get 100% on each and every level."
- Galit Gordon, Gaming Cypher
- "An absolute steal for puzzle fans at less than 1 cent per puzzle."
- , Press Play Media
- "Briquid Mini is a great title for any puzzle enthusiast, as well as for those who crave a challenge on the go."
- Luke Siuty, Indie Game Magazine
Briquid Mini game page
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We are Gamious, a game developer based in Haarlem, The Netherlands. We create original and accessible games with pure gameplay – games we love to play ourselves. We either self-publish, work with publishers, or a mix between these two, to get the games to the right platforms.
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Briquid Mini Credits
Jos Bouman, Erik Leppen
Erik Leppen, Jos Bouman, Roy van Bijsterveldt, Pim Bouman, Aryeh Loeb, Achraf Cherabi