If you like puzzle games like I do, and if you like apps that go on sale, then you’re in for a treat. Monument Valley made headlines when it came out because of how simply beautiful and different the game looked and played. From a fantastical, dreamy environment filled with Penrose triangles and other illusions, it is frustratingly fun.

The object of the game is to guide the princess through 10 levels of puzzles and while turning, and rotating parts of buildings to navigate you to a special platform.

When the game first arrived to the Play Store, you could purchase it for $2.49, but it’s now only $1.99 and well worth it. Check out the video below to learn more!

Download Monument Valley before the sale ends!


  1. Yes. I know yovu;39#&e heard this before, but it goes by SO fast. Cherish this time. The time when a simple leaf is like magic. And write things down they say that you want to remember. I didn't do that nearly enough, darn it.

  2. Yes, we Dutch are a cooperative lot but it produces a great deal of frustration when we have to deal with the notoriously uncooperative human race (whose reigning ethic is summarized in the unofficial Spanish national motto: "Viva yo!")

  3. I made an unplanned shift from the style of presentation you dislike (reading the paper) to the kind you like (presenting the ideas, eye-contact, etc.) when I discovered–in the middle of presenting–that the second half of my paper was missing. (I never found it, by the way.) Had you been there, it would have been interesting to hear which half you thought was more engaging. 🙂

  4. I was afraid this would happen. You’ve just cluttered up over a third of this thread with a discussion that is incoherent and nobody cares about. “No, I never read or respond to any of Feltbot’s posts.”Then why on earth are you here?And I’m ducking out of this. My apologies to others.