August 24, 2012 3:30 PM | John Polson
Hanten Puzzle (Inverse Puzzle) is a refreshingly brilliant, hard head-scratcher for Windows developed for the 4th Wolf RPG Editor Contest. Players have a set number of times they can invert blocks or even themselves in a given column to arrive at the red cube in 50 levels.
[Edit: The developer has kindly released an English-friendly version after reading the article.]
The character moves with the directional arrows, X inverts, R restarts, and Z places and removes the flashy blue marks which indicate where each column inverts. The flashing text in the upper left denotes how many inversions (not marks) remain. Players can place one mark per column, in as many rows as they want, as long as the player isn't standing on a mark when they choose to invert. The game later introduces darkened blocks, upon which players cannot place marks.
Those who want a rigorous challenge must try out Hanten Puzzle.