DescriptionFeel the flow and enhance your mind with our latest puzzle game called Super Flow Free. This flow game is a more fun, colorful, and challenging version of the classic game also known as Arukone, NumberLink, Draw the Lines, Planning Tours, Nanbarinku, Bridge Circuit, and Alphabet Connection.
The goal of the game is to connect each pair of matching colors with a continuous flow and to fill the entire board.
Paths can go horizontally, vertically, or change directions. However, paths cannot cross, move diagonally, or pass through the colored markers.
A puzzle level is solved when every pair of matching colors is connected and all squares of the board are filled.
Over 750 free levels to get you started. We also have a paid version Super Flow Pro which is ads free and contains thousands of additional flow levels. Coming soon will be a new version with obstacles like bridges, dams, and lakes to make the circuit and flux connections even more fun and interesting.
The history of this puzzle is quite interesting and similar puzzles were first printed by Sam Lloyd in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1897) and in a 1932 book titled "Puzzles and Curious Problems" by Henry Ernest Dudeney. More recently, this puzzle was popularized by the japanese puzzle game company Nikoli under the name Arukone.
This game is great for all levels and for either individual or family play. Try it now to become a Super Flow Genius!