Serene puzzle game Ashi: Lake of Light is now available on Android, iOS and Steam. Developed by Nicholas Cellini, Ashi offers gamers 80 levels to play through as they attempt to guide a firefly from one part of the stage to the next by using light.
With a minimalist user interface, the new puzzle game starts off slow and gradually adds new mechanics for players to master as they move forward. Similar to the recently released Up Left Out, Ashi is designed to be a relaxing experience. Though unlike Rainbow Train’s tile moving puzzle game, Ashi’s relaxing elements come from the game’s atmosphere rather than the gameplay.
The gameplay itself is simple, with players needing to rotate, activate and move lanterns in order to guide their firefly to the each level’s exit. The core of the game comes down to lighting and extinguishing the candles in each lantern to make sure that the firefly makes the necessary turns in the dimly lit environment while listening to a soundtrack from composer David Barber.
Ashi: Lake of Light is free and contains ads and in app purchases. Here is a trailer with a look at the game:
Interested? Check out the new puzzle game on Google Play.