Shapeuku – A New Type of Puzzler

Shapeuku is Picross meets shapes. Featuring a similar setup to the traditional Picross genre, it has an interesting twist which makes it stand out and is set in a refreshing, minimalistic environment, with no ads, popups or interruptions.

It is simple, clean and easy to understand. There is no need for a traditional tutorial because it is so intuitive and easy to understand – once you get going, you’ll know what to do. It’s easy to pick up, easy to put down and you can play it anywhere, anytime.

There are a total of 200 hand-designed levels which will keep you entertained for hours.

How to play?

The rules are simple, each row and column has a number of boxes in each and it is your job to configure the shapes on the grid in order to get the right number of boxes in each row and column. The controls are also simple, you simply drag the shapes onto the grid in order to place them.

Pro-Tip: Start with the column or row with the largest number of blocks and figure out which shapes can be put together to satisfy that requirement. You can use logic to figure out which combinations work and which don’t, start in a row and column which has a unique solution of shapes.


– Featured by Apple on the App Store in over 30 countries!
– 200 awesome hand-designed levels
– Minimalist, relaxing environment.
– No interruptions, adverts or in-app purchases.
– Support on older phones and tablets
– Frequent updates


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About – Fyremill

Fyremill (DTB) is a solo developer from the UK. I have been developing games for a number of years, and am a huge puzzle fan. I love playing Soduku and I wanted to bring this across into a digital format and put a unique twist on it.

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This article was Published by Edamame Reviews, Written by Fyremill.
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