0h h1 game for chrome

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.

  1. You can’t place three red tiles or three blue tiles next to each other in the same row or column
  2. Each full row and column must have the same number of blue tiles as red
  3. 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.

‘0h h1’ (Game) on the Chrome Web Store

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