Felix and Caro play Manifold

This week, I invited two friends to my place to test 100 levels of Manifold. We are making sure that each level is fun, that it's never repetitive, and that the difficulty curve is just right. 

 

It was a lot of fun! Here are some photos of the event.

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They discuss Felix's solution to a particularly challenging level.

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After a few strategic creases, Caro takes a moment to find the right tactic.


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Caro brings all the white squares together, while the next puzzle is already waiting for her on the table.

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Solved puzzles start accumulating on the table. Don't worry: it's all recycled paper.


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Felix is about to start a new one...

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After hours of playing, Caro is still happily asking for the next one.


It took more than 4 hours to complete the 60 first levels, but I know that the 40 next ones will take way longer. I think it will take about 10 hours on average to solve the 100 levels.

 

Thanks to Felix and Caro, but also Frank, Chinh, Khoi, Cécile and all the others who helped me. We are looking forward to producing more copies so everybody can play!

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Comments: 6
  • #1

    Julie Shannon (Saturday, 08 October 2016 04:46)

    Found this today at Walmart, of all places. My 10 year old is captivated. Fantastic pastime! Educational, quiet, and satisfying! Great travel game, and I think folks who speak different languages can play together!

  • #2

    Monkeydogma (Sunday, 11 June 2017 16:10)

    Great fun for the puzzle minded person. Hours of Fun. Great Value!

    Side Note: Scott Tape the whole paper and trim with scissors to reuse it a second time.

  • #3

    Jen (Tuesday, 25 July 2017 00:24)

    Beginner, stuck on level 5, please help

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