Smart Apps For Android: Monument Valley is a quirky journey through monuments that aren't what they seem. (must have Android apps)

Monday, July 28, 2014

Monument Valley is a quirky journey through monuments that aren't what they seem. (must have Android apps)

So, today I was browsing around the app store(s) trying to decide what I wanted to write about tonight when I stumbled across Monument Valley. It's a little game I've been meaning to try but haven't had a chance, so I figured I would give it a whirl.... and then three hours later I looked up from it long enough to realize it was time to write my post.  I'm not sure what to say. It's simple. It's gorgeous. It's a maze. It's a puzzle. It's an optical illusion. I'm not sure words do it justice. Your goal is to help Princess Ida navigate through ever-changing monuments that often aren't what they seem. 

It's so cool that I paid full price for it and didn't even blink. I would do it again. It's that good.

You can find it on both GooglePlay and the Amazon Appstore. I recommend downloading it now. Just be sure you have some time to spare.

No ads, no in-app purchases, no external links


If you'd like to purchase Monument Valley, please use the handy link(s) below so they'll know who sent you.


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From Amazon:

Product Features

  • Inspired by minimalist 3D design, optical illusions and palaces and temples from around the world, every monument is a unique, hand-crafted world to explore.
  • Twist and drag to reshape the world and help Ida to explore. Designed to be easy for everyone to pick up, enjoy and complete.
  • Audio reacts to your manipulation of the world to provide a surreal and beautiful soundscape. Best experienced with headphones.

Product Description

In Monument Valley you will manipulate impossible architecture and guide a silent princess through a stunningly beautiful world.

Monument Valley is a surreal exploration through fantastical architecture and impossible geometry. Guide the silent princess Ida through mysterious monuments, uncovering hidden paths, unfolding optical illusions and outsmarting the enigmatic Crow People.


Kelli's daughter has recently decided that she would rather be a cowgirl than a princess. As long as she can still wear a tiara.

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