Twinfold

Twinfold

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date:
  • Current Version: 1.0.4
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • Developer: Kenny Sun
  • Compatibility: Android
  • Links: Google Play Store
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4.82734
278 Ratings
$ 3.99

Twinfold App

Twinfold delves into the duplicity of duplication. A roguelike about merging golden idols and squashing angry faces. Manipulate a labyrinthine tableau with the swipe of a finger. Merge and munch on golden idols level up and gain game-changing abilities. - Thought-bending strategic gameplay - Procedurally generated micro-puzzles - Infinite replayability - Over 40 unique skills - 7 enemy types - Game Center support: 4 leaderboards and 7 achievements - Haptic feedback (iPhone 7 and newer) - iPhone X support - 9 well-thought-out bullet points

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Twinfold app reviews

  • 5 stars 5/5

    By nyquildreams
    I love this game I have been playing it ever since I bought it. You can pick up and play for a few minutes and put it down and play later. It gets really tough as your score goes up and has a great mix of power ups and enemies. I love this game it is a nice brainier buy it you will have fun.
  • Incredibly strategic roguelike 5/5

    By Adamplays82
    If you’re a fan of Triple Town, Threes, or Hoplite, you’ll love this game. It has a great risk reward mechanic: do I cash in and level up now, or take more damage to connect my gold? The game also has a very helpful Undo button in case things go awry, although using it will reduce your score a bit. I’m super addicted, worth every penny!
  • Really fun puzzle game. 5/5

    By Modug
    This game is fantastic. It feels like a mix between Threes! and a real time strategy game. Worth every penny. So I originally wrote this stating that I wanted my progress to carry over from game to game. After playing more and getting to the end I’ve changed my mind. The difficulty is so well balanced. It seemed impossible to beat at first. However you get so much better the more you play, that it’s actually quite achievable to win. Genius game.
  • Threes + 868 Hack 5/5

    By Sigursteinn
    Another amazing game by Kenny Sun. 10/10!
  • Threes! + Imbroglio 5/5

    By Fromcharms
    Kenny Sun did it! He combined two of the best puzzle games into a unique and wonderful experience. I also appreciate that he acknowledges the influence of the games in the credits. Keep it up Kenny ✨🤙
  • Kind of Lame 2/5

    By Schist1244443454
    I was hoping for a challenging puzzle game, but this is mostly luck and doesn’t have solutions per se. The game gets old fast, and should be free.
  • It’s just 2048 1/5

    By Billlllllllllionare
    This is a more difficult version of 2048 but it isn’t that fun
  • Hardcore roguelike puzzle 4/5

    By Dreaming of Wolves
    I want to start off by saying I didn’t love Yankai’s Traingle, though I understand why people did. While the mechanics were very clever and it must have taken some genius coding to randomize puzzles with a solution to every one, the annoying noises and horrible flashing graphics and lack of music were too unappealing to keep going after a hundred levels or so. Circa infinity used this hazy, flat design too. So I’m happy that Twinfold uses far more modern, organic graphics. It’s minimalistic, it’s clean, and while there’s still no music (though Kenny or whoever makes the trailer music is amazing), the sound effects are fun and satisfying. Plus, the game keeps Kenny’s signature infinite-replayability and original-and-brilliant design. It basically chopped off the things I didn’t like from his previous games and replaced them with things I do like. Like Kenny’s other games, the difficulty ramps up fast. While combining is equally as satisfying as in Threes, it’s much, much harder to do. The added undo button came as a surprise — usually his games are far more unforgiving. Clearly, this game is made for wider audiences and it shows by having an actual difficulty curve (as opposed to the wildly swinging difficulty of Yankai’s Triangle) and better graphics, in addition to the power ups in game. The haptics are extremely satisfying and there’s even a battery-save mode, though based on my screen time, there’s still a 2% battery drain per minute of gameplay. As for updates, this developer tends to not give any beyond bug fixes and simple difficulty adjustments. It’s fine because his games work even on the new iOS, though I imagine the screen size might be smaller for future phones. He will (likely) not add more power ups, nor a way to permanently progress. Regardless, like threes, this game can last months for the right people. If you like puzzles with a twist or want Threes with a flair, this is definitely the game for you.
  • i might lose my job 5/5

    By t_pizza
    because I can’t stop playing this game
  • Clever and Compelling 5/5

    By G u i s e
    puzzle roguelike game greatness.
  • Awesome, room for some non gameplay related improvement 5/5

    By walkernel
    I love it! Very interesting spin on 2048 and broughlikes. Only thing I could ask for is some form of permanent markers of progression like an exp meter that fills up at the end of the game, unlocking new themes or something if the like. Otherwise fantastic game!
  • Really good game if you want a game that makes you think 5/5

    By b-boy2577
    This game has strategy in it and it’s fun, it’s also very easy to learn. It also has a good challenge in it too.
  • Could be good if... 1/5

    By Luhmann
    Frustrating but because of the design not the strategy which could be fun if the design didn't get in the way. Even with shaking of and the speed set to 2x, the testing of the screen every few moves it's really annoying. Even on an 8+ it is frustratingly slow. The whole thing feels unresponsive.
  • Cute and clever! 5/5

    By Nathan Meunier
    Love this game! Lots of depth and easy to grasp mechanics. Great work!
  • Great game, but could be better 4/5

    By spoCAN
    The game in and of itself is great fun, but it doesn’t quite have the replay value I hoped it would. Having a few different modes, better stats, and maybe different skins unlocked through progress would reward frequent replay. Not having to start over every time would be nice, as well. Just some thoughts. Great work overall!
  • Tons of fun 5/5

    By geigerm
    I’ve been hooked on this game from the second it hit my phone. Great combination of roguelike elements and Threes-style gameplay. I’d give it six stars if I could.
  • Another great broughlike 5/5

    By Dexan
    If you like games like Hoplite or any game by Michael Brough. Get this!
  • Great puzzle game with lots to figure out 5/5

    By seth s scott
    Really loving this game so far. It’s fun, tough and really well designed. It doesn’t over onboard you and leaves a lot up to exploration/trial and error. This can be very tough to get just right as it puts a lot of responsibility on the player—but when done just right it feels so satisfying to play/learn.
  • Stormin' puzzler! 5/5

    By iestynne
    Absolutely fantastic little strategy game. Takes the basic format of Threes and adds a whole bunch of interesting new mechanics (walls, enemies and power-ups) that work really well together and are a lot of fun to figure out. Lots of tactical depth without being overwhelming. Thank you for the undo button!!! :) To the dev: if you really want it to be as popular as it deserves, it needs music!! It feels kinda dead without it. I can't imagine Threes without the music. More interesting stats, achievements and challenge modes would also add lasting appeal.