Mobile Game of the Week #3- Infinity Loop

Gonna be a short one this week, and that’s because Infinity Loop by Infinity Games is very simple. You start with a screen full of curved pieces, and you rotate until all of them are connected. It’s simple, elegant, and it can even get a little challenging later on. Of course, “later on” is relative, as this game is endless. As in, it goes on for thousands of levels, so while this is mobile game of the “week”, I could declare it “mobile game of the year, come back once you’ve beaten it” and be set for quite a while, as the game can generate puzzles for a long time before you’ll start getting repeats.

In addition to the standard mode, there’s also a “hidden” mode, where you have to rotate angular shapes so none of them touch. While the standard mode goes on forever, this mode unfortunately gets locked behind a $.99 paywall after a hundred levels. However, you can go for thousands of levels in the normal mode for no cost at all on both Android and Apple devices, so if you’re looking for a good puzzle, check out infinity loop, and come back next Sunday for another recommendation.

Not for you? Check out my previous recommendations:

1- Really Bad Chess

2- Alto’s Adventure

Maxwell Broggi-Sumner

Max is a student at Rutgers who likes writing fantasy and playing video games such as Zelda, Mario, Undertale, Earthbound, and Stardew Valley.


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