A Moving Puzzle Made From Images Of The Earth From Space
To all the bored astronauts twiddling their thumbs on the International Space Station, here’s a game that you can easily pass off as work if somebody from ground base suddenly checks in on you.
Conceived by Nadezda Suvorova, Pierre Rossel, and Jeremie Forge with help from HEAD, OKO is a puzzle game in which you solve scrambled images of the earth from space, gathered from NASA‘s database. What makes it a little harder than your average puzzle is that parts of the image rotate until you can fit them into their right place. It might sound simple enough, but as you can see from the video above, the levels go from fairly easy to deconstructing Dr. Manhattan’s Mars machine.
You can get the app for free here and see some images from the game below.