To solve a puzzle, you need parameters. Logic puzzles require clues, cryptic puzzles must force you to think outside of the box. Visual puzzles, particularly when presented on a two-dimensional screen, need to set ground rules.
In some puzzles in Perfect Angle, you’ll be asked to look at reflections. In others, finding an image in a maze of jumbled lines of black on red will allow you to move onwards.
Regardless of presentation, this game requires you to find an image or a model in a seemingly random explosion of fragments or assorted objects. Everything starts simply – change your view to align some items, revealing the hidden object you’re looking for.
Angling for it
It’s a simple premise, but one that changes often – sometimes with little or no fanfare. New mechanics are introduced with an on-screen prompt, then it’s up to you to figure out what you need to do to move forward.