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You can now play minimalist puzzle game Blek on Android devices

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Touch-based, open-ended puzzle game Blek is now available for Android mobile devices, developer Kunabi Brother announced.

You can pick up the game through Amazon and Google Play for $2.99. In Blek, players draw lines that continue to travel once they've removed their finger. The game's goal is to collect colored dots and avoid black spaces. As players progress, puzzles become more complex, requiring players to plan out their movements more carefully.

"Blek is an open-ended experience with deep, bauhaus-informed design," the game's description reads. "It offers a space where logic and creativity as well as personal style and temper get to play with each other.

"A simple goal, to shape a line that collects all colored circles avoiding black holes on its route, can be a challenging one, but through minimalistic, beautiful design Blek reminds you that all you need to do is to play [with] it. There are no specific moves that you need to master. To every level countless solutions exist, from delightfully simple to exceptionally deep and complex, yet always elegant."

Blek is the debut title from brothers Davor and Denis Mikan; it's already available for iOS. For more on the game, watch the trailer below.

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