So the solution to the above puzzle would be this:
Solving the puzzles is fun, and usually requires a lot of tinkering until the placements are just right. The user interface is intuitive and never gets in the way.
I particularly like the smallest puzzles, where you have a small number of pieces to fit in a tight space. The resulting web of beams is intricate, and it sometimes seems impossible that everything could fit.
The game has no less than 17 difficulty levels, which I think is a bit excessive. The hardest levels look like this:
The one thing I don't particularly like is the graphics style; I would have preferred something more abstract. But this something easily forgiven.
Combination is currently free, so there's no reason to not go and download it right away. The mechanics are excellent, and the difficulty range is so vast that it's sure to appeal to everyone.
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