Easy to learn, fiendishly difficult to complete — that’s how I’d describe 0h h1, a free logic game for Chrome and Chrome OS.
I’m a big fan of little time-wasting games and the beautifully designed “0h h1” fits my needs perfectly. The gameplay takes a few rounds to pick up, but a thorough first-run walkthrough does get you up and playing in no time.
0h h1 is, in simplest terms, a kind of Sudoko with color. You place colored tiles on a grid but need to adhere to a set of rules about what can appear in which row and column, and in what order.
- You can’t place three red tiles or three blue tiles next to each other in the same row or column
- Each full row and column must have the same number of blue tiles as red
- Rows and columns must not be identical
Tapping on an empty space adds a red tile, double tapping turns it blue. You follow this tap and place approach to complete a grid.
With four grid sizes — 4, 6, 8 and 10 — the degree of difficulty/frustration is up to you.
0h h1 is a free Chrome App (meaning it runs offline, in its own window) and can be found in the Chrome Web Store.