On November 10, FDG Entertainment, makers of Beyond Ynth [$1.99 / HD] and Cover Orange [$.99 / HD], is planning to release its next big thing: a puzzle game going by the name of Blueprint 3D. That name might not be the imaginative one in the world, but it appears as though the is poised to offer a lot of amusement, if not some possible head-scratching challenge.

In a nutshell, Blueprint 3D is one a rotation-based puzzler with a natural world twist. In the game, you start out with a chaotic blueprint that you'll need to manipulate and torture until the mess of lines form a coherent picture. As its name implies, you'll be working with all the planes of reality available to mortal men, which sets this apart to some degree on a mechanical level and also introduces the possibility of some crazy puzzles. But if anything, it'll rock a lot of content: 240 levels and seven themes, including architecture, medieval, and electronics, have been confirmed to be in the release version.

Not many of these games nail their look and tone, so this this'll definitely be something we'll follow as it hits the App Store in a couple of days. Speaking of that, expect to pay $.99 on the iPhone and iPod Touch or $2.99 on the iPad.

  • http://twitter.com/joshwyatt Joshua Wyatt

    The trailer makes it look like a piece of cake. In fact it looks so easy that it's almost not a game.

  • http://twitter.com/yorgle Scott Lawrence

    Reminds me of eBoy FixPix

  • http://twitter.com/edge0fdawn Nestor

    There's a (free IIRC) game called Pictorial that's the exact same thing, but with an astronomical theme. This looks a bit more polished, will check it out for sure, but to be honest its mechanic is too close for comfort.

    • http://twitter.com/zedarus Kostiantyn

      Pictorial game is actually an unofficial iOS port of the flash game called Starlight. And Starlight was developed by the same team as Blueprint3D. That's where similarity comes from.

    • http://twitter.com/zedarus Kostiantyn

      Pictorial game is actually an unofficial iOS port of the flash game called Starlight. And Starlight was developed by the same team as Blueprint3D. That's where similarity comes from.

  • http://twitter.com/Jasonmhirst Jason M Hirst

    Saw this on the forum a few month ago and also mentioned the similarity to Pictorial (of which someone responded and said the developer of Pictorial and BluePrint3d had teamed up)

    Instabuy from me, it looks insanely fun and if it's supported longterm then even better PLUS it's from FDG which have an impeccable reputation.

    Really can't wait :)