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Kee-Ko's Quest (A Puzzle for Kindle)

by A Gamz
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

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Product Description

Kee-Ko's Quest is a puzzle game in which you need to rearrange objects to clear a path for Kee-Ko, a robot.

Kee-Ko works in a factory alongside other robots. Her boyfriend, F4R4W4Y, has been reassigned to a different room at the end of the factory. Kee-Ko has assigned another robot to take her place, and now intends to make her way to her boyfriend's new room. She and all the other robots in the factory are built to move only on the rails set on the factory floor, and she'll need to move other robots out of her way to exit each room.

Help Kee-Ko navigate all 100 rooms and get to the end of the factory. Earn badges for accomplishments, beat your previous times, see how many rooms you can solve in the minimum number of moves, or just enjoy the challenge of solving them. If you want to skip ahead, feel free. You can complete the rooms in any order you like and return to each room just the way you left it.

Help Kee-Ko find F4R4W4Y and enjoy the challenge of solving clever puzzles at the same time!

Product Details

  • Version: 1.1 (What's new in version 1.1)
  • Release Date: July 27, 2011
  • File Size: 1023 kB
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: A Gamz
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
  • ASIN: B005451FNC
  • Publisher License: Read
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #676,650 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful
By Gin
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I kept watching for reviews of this, but since there were none over a few days, I bought it and tried it out. Generally, "move the block / unblock the path" games are not my forte, but this one is better than others I have tried.

Granted, I have only gone through the first 15 rooms, but it requires a bit of strategy and thought, but not more than my poor little brain can handle. My frustration level on puzzle games has a low threshhold, and this gamre works for me in that regard.

Each room has tracks on it, the little character needs to go from one side to the other, and there are cars on the track in the way. Each car is letter coded, and you click the letter then the 5way control to move them out of the way. Each room gets progressively more complicated, with more cars and more overlap.

I think kids would enjoy this, and adults wanting to unwind or pass a bit of time while waiting somewhere.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Rush Hour puzzle with Robots June 29, 2011
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This is very similar to Blocked, which in turn is based on Rush Hour, the ThinkFun puzzle originally developed by Nob Yoshigahara. These are sliding block puzzles on rails. The definitive book on the broader subject (no rails) is Sliding Piece Puzzles. One of the best physical non-rail sliding block puzzles available is Anti-Virus.

It's odd that Rush Hour is being copied before the the more general sliding block puzzles. Anyways, Kee-ko's Quest is much more user-friendly than Blocked, by a long shot.

The images all look hand-drawn, but they all mesh together well. The puzzles are well ranked from easy to hard. There are various badges to earn. This is a challenging set of puzzles.

There are 100 rooms in all. The 5 star rooms at the top are very challenging for anyone.

This is a fairly good program, but it would have been better if they'd acknowledged the history. Other puzzle programs for the Kindle worth a look are Pirate Stash, Peg Solitaire, Strimko, and Futoshiki.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars same club as reviewer "gotr" (golds on the road) June 27, 2011
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i got this game with only "gotr" review. this is a great little paizzle (puzzle maze) as i call it, except all the pieces move. you gotta move all the robots in an order to get keeko out. 4 stars for fun and addiction. some rooms are frustrating so i cannot give 5 stars. but worth the money... btw it has atleast 35 rooms, which room 35 is the room i am in now. 6~27~11 3:42am have fun!!!
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