• Attractive visuals – Level creation and sharing
  • Can be difficult to see possible paths

The cute robot style of Martin Magni (creator of Odd Bot Out) returns with his latest mobile game, Mekorama. This time around you’ll find yourself in an impressive 3D game world though with equally brain teasing puzzles.


At a basic level this robot title is about guiding your little robot (B) from his start point to an end point on each level. This is achieved by guiding your robot with the press of a finger and some interaction with the environment such as moving blocks or obstructions out of the way.

As most of the levels are tightly packed together players can rotate the game levels and zoom in with swipes of the finger. The zoom feature in particular keeps the game accessible to the smaller devices and feels like something that is often overlooked by similar puzzle games.

Mekorama offers 50 core levels with potential for a never ending number of thanks to the ability to create and easily share more levels. All of this is done through QR codes and a simple level creator interface that lets you place all the building blocks of the game with a single touch.


For the truly creative this gives you an ideal outlet to bring your ideas to life and get feedback by sharing them in your circle. For those without that creative sparkle you can instead spend your time stalking Twitter and Facebook for various player created levels.

Mekorama is a puzzle title with no real flaws, achieving a relaxing experience with a range of added bells and whistles that take everything from good to great.


  • A free (pay what you like) puzzle title for mobile.
  • Create your own levels with the simple to use editor.
  • Share and access levels with QR codes.
  • Guide your little robot through tightly packed levels.
  • Manipulate the environment to open new paths.



Review Platform: iOS

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Samuel Franklin
Samuel Franklin is the founder and lead editor of the Games Finder team and enjoys video games across all genres and platforms. He has worked in the gaming industry since 2008 amassing over 3 million views on YouTube and 10 million article views on HubPages.

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