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With every 90 degree turn, gamers get closer to the goal. As the number of rotations is limited, users are encouraged to use their strategy and logic skills to make as less rotation as possible to collect the energy and turn on the light. There are different obstacles on their way, like moving stations, switches, explosive stations and lights.

The gameplay is simple to pick up, but complexity gets added in later on with more mechanics and tougher levels. There are 60 different levels to play through, with more to come. Game Center leaderboard integration is included which makes 90° puzzle a quality title wrapped in a very feature-rich package.
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