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  • Brain teasing – Interesting mechanic which evolves with levels
  • Levels spike up and down randomly with difficulty

Imagine a world where 1 plus 1 equals 0, in the world of VOI this is exactly the equation you will deal with in all of the puzzling levels. From the same creators that brought you hocus players are in for a similar relaxing but brain teasing title on multiple platforms.


With nearly 100 creatively design levels, relaxing music, no time limit and a small download VOI is highly accessible. It’s a great way to relive stress from a hard day dealing with the complexities of the real world. The main mechanic of VOI revolves around your altered perception in a similar manner to hocus but also very different at the same time.

Told completely through black and white visuals the core of VOI is for players to reproduce a given shape with an array of different shapes. Will this is easy for the first dozen or so levels a key mechanic that VOI uses and builds upon quickly is the ability for shapes to overlap with each other.


Not as simple as that though when shapes overlap they may change their colour from white to black depending on how many shapes are overlapping. This is where the 1 plus 1 rule equals 0 comes into play with two overlapping shards changing it to white which will blend into the background and not count towards producing the shape you require.

Outstanding how to use this to your advantage in particular levels is key to success as you overlap certain parts of shapes for the desired effect. It’s a puzzle game of trial and error that will have you guessing until the final moment you slide that final piece in.


  • Basic black and white puzzle game.
  • Available on computers, iOS and Android.
  • Relaxing game music and aesthetic.
  • Small download size and no internet connection required.
  • Nearly 100 game levels.



Review Platform: PC

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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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