Released by liverworks.net, One Move is a board clearing/tile management game. The gameplay is simple, in a casual and puzzle oriented sense. The player’s board is square shaped, and contains a grid within of a given size that ranges from 3×3 to as large as 7×7.
That grid is filled with pieces that are arrows pointing in any number of directions: up, down, left, or right; each type of arrow has its own color and shape to help keep them delineated. For example, all upward facing arrows are blue diamonds, and right-facing ones are gray triangles. Players will look to tap on one of the arrows to cause it to slide to an adjacent tile, with the purpose of getting two of the same type of arrow to become adjacent. Doing this causes them to clear the board, and other arrows will collapse into the open space. The ultimate goal is to be able to clear the board in a single move, and letting the ensuing chain reaction clear the rest of them.
One Move Features:
• a tutorial
• 3×3, 4×4, 5×5, 6×6 and 7×7 tile sets
• hundreds of different boards
• 16 different colored tiles
If you’re looking for a new puzzle game to try out, you may want to check out One Move. Downloading it off of Google Play will cost you nothing and there are no IAPs either. You can see some of the gameplay in the video below.