Connect the solar power source to the "light tree" via a series of electrical wires. Rotate cubes, slide tiles around, and get that clean energy where it needs to go.
Classic Puzzle with a new Twist
At its heart, Solaright is a simply a sliding puzzle, but the environment, music, and virtual reality experience make this much more than merely a 3D version of an classic puzzle game. You are presented with a cube on which each face is divided into tiles. Some tiles have objects on them, such as power lines. In typical sliding puzzle fashion, your goal is to slide the tiles around to get the correct layout, in this case, getting electricity from the source tile to the destination. On all six sides of the cube, that is. The art style is simplistic but stylish, and the relaxing soundtrack adds to the general feel of peacefulness that it seems the developers were going for. There are 30 levels to complete, and as you progress more elements are added, such as larger cubes and new tile types.
A Polished Experience
Solaright is a fun, relaxing, polished game that, while not something you could lose endless hours playing, is definitely an enjoyable experience. Perhaps a little expensive for what it is, however.