*Sources of screenshots are listed in their respective file-names.
The objective of Perfection.* is to cut away at randomly-generated shapes until they fit the on-screen silhouette.
Completing a shape under a certain number of moves awards the player “Perfection.” Otherwise, players simply receive “Success.“
Outside of these simple levels of completion, there is no score, leaderboard or competitive element to speak of. This means that anyone can begin playing without fear of failure (which makes it great for the younger ones in the family).
Three modes allow you to:
- Slice shapes
- Rotate and slice
- Rotate, scale and slice shapes
Despite their differences, the same basic rules apply to each mode-
You may cut, rewind (undo a previous move) and skip (skip the current puzzle) as many times needed until you achieve success.
What exactly “success” means depends on the person playing.
Are you a perfectionist?
Then for you, success means rewinding, scaling and rotating until 100% correct.
Are you the type that would rather blow through obstacles?
Then for you, no matter how many moves made, success can still be achieved.
Do you just want to relax for a moment, cutting random shapes after a long day?
You can do that as well.
No matter who you are, what you choose to do, or the goals you have in mind, the end result can always be-
And that’s pretty awesome.
Anyone looking for an engrossing, relaxing and forgiving puzzle experience (suitable for a wide range of ages) should give Perfection’s free PC demo a try.
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