GEOM is in a league of it's own, taking the classic style matching game to another dimension. Rotate the GEOMetric shapes to match coloured connectors and complete the GEOMs. Discover 202 fascinating levels constructed from intricate tessellations.
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Description: GEOM is in a league of it's own, taking the classic style matching game to another dimension. Rotate the GEOMetric shapes to match coloured connectors and complete the GEOMs. Discover 202 fascinating levels constructed from intricate GEOMetric tessellations. With 4 modes of play, crisp-clean imagery and wicked sound tracks this is a game that truly appeals to everyone. Bring it on.... GEOM awaits!
# 202 stimulating & puzzling levels to play
# Three different play modes
# Sounds effects and music
# Cool visuals
# Non-violent and fun for all ages - even parents can play
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