Einstein's Logic

Einstein's Logic


This is a logic puzzle where you try to solve the tiles in each position of the grid. It is very similar to the puzzles where you figure out who lives in the blue house and they tell you that the person who owns a dog lives next door to the person who drinks tea. But with Einstein's Logic the clues are pictorial. You solve for the symbols in the grid, eg. the triangle is next to the letter A.

I have seen games like this called Einstein, Sherlock or Hercules. What I didn't see was a version for Android, so I made one. There are a couple other out there now, but I still like mine best.

If you enjoy logic puzzle or solving Sudoku, then this puzzle game might be just the thing for you. Give it a try.


* Reviewers Choice Winner 2012 - FileDir.com *

* What an awesome app - Editor's Pick from AppEggs.com *



Upcoming Features:
* New tile sets and symbols
* Choose the order of the symbol sets used
* More than one in progress game


The Internet permissions are for the ads. In the full version you have the option to turn the ads off.

There is also a permission to prevent the phone from sleeping. This is an option you can set to keep the screen from turning off while playing the game.

Recent changes:
1.1.7
Fixed clue rows layout for various size screens.
Grid size adjustments to better use screen space.
Music continues to play when mistake is made.

1.1.6
Fixed broken hints feature.

1.1.5
Removed sensor orientation until feature is finished.

1.1.4
Fixes for smaller screens.

1.1.3
Moved started tile selection and added tips.

1.1.2
Due to user requests, added option to use darker tiles.

1.1.1
* Removed internet permissions for full version.
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$2.75
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4.8
User ratings
138
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
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File size
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About Einstein's Logic
This is a logic puzzle where you try to solve the tiles in each position of the grid. It is very similar to the puzzles where you figure out who lives in the blue house and they tell you that the person who owns a dog lives next door to the person who drinks tea. But with Einstein's Logic the clues are pictorial. You solve for the symbols in the grid, eg. the triangle is next to the letter A.

I have seen games like this called Einstein, Sherlock or Hercules. What I didn't see was a version for Android, so I made one. There are a couple other out there now, but I still like mine best.

If you enjoy logic puzzle or solving Sudoku, then this puzzle game might be just the thing for you. Give it a try.


* Reviewers Choice Winner 2012 - FileDir.com *

* What an awesome app - Editor's Pick from AppEggs.com *



Upcoming Features:
* New tile sets and symbols
* Choose the order of the symbol sets used
* More than one in progress game


The Internet permissions are for the ads. In the full version you have the option to turn the ads off.

There is also a permission to prevent the phone from sleeping. This is an option you can set to keep the screen from turning off while playing the game.

Recent changes:
1.1.7
Fixed clue rows layout for various size screens.
Grid size adjustments to better use screen space.
Music continues to play when mistake is made.

1.1.6
Fixed broken hints feature.

1.1.5
Removed sensor orientation until feature is finished.

1.1.4
Fixes for smaller screens.

1.1.3
Moved started tile selection and added tips.

1.1.2
Due to user requests, added option to use darker tiles.

1.1.1
* Removed internet permissions for full version.
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Mar 29, 2015
Unexplainably addictive Great fun for someone who likes to think amd may not be good at quick action games. Little bit of a learning curve initially... Push past that, you will enjoy it
A Google User
Feb 3, 2015
Good 'Sherlock' Alternative This is the best Sherlock logic puzzle game I've found so far. It still has some rough edges - the tile set leaves a lot to be desired, and the UI doesn't quite flow, especially on larger screens - but it still got my purchase for being lightweight and unobtrusive. If there's a better version, I'd like to hear about it, but in the meantime, this is good enough to scratch my itch.
A Google User
Dec 13, 2014
Needs a menu button For devices that don't have a menu soft key, there needs to be a menu button in the app. You can't clear high scores without a menu button.
A Google User
Oct 30, 2014
Fun logic puzzler! Great game! Einstein's Logic plays exactly like Everett Kaser's Sherlock (which I have on PC), but its graphic icons look much better on my smartphone's small screen. I love that I can make it as hard or easy as I want by setting the number of provided answers. Paid version just removes the ads, but on my phone that frees up an entire row for clues, which means less scrolling. Suggestion - show me whether I have a saved game or not on the main menu.
A Google User
Feb 22, 2014
Brilliant Game Change the Roman numerals to I, V, X, L, C, D please. IV and VI confuse me! Thanks.
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