Link: Invert Selection
Developed by Elio Landa
Sponsored by Armor Games
FlashMush Reviews Rating: 7/10
Invert Selection is a pretty nice and relaxing flash puzzle game. The goal is to copy various shapes by way of highlighting areas on the screen by way of addition, subtraction and multiplication (sort of an inverse function). The twist is you can only make square areas and sometimes the shape you need to copy is not a perfect square.
This is where all the different functions come into play as well as the meat of the puzzle aspect. There are tons of levels and they can get quite difficult to complete actually. I also like the general vibe that Invert Selection provides both in graphics and style. My biggest complaint actually would be the speed of the game/animations. The time it takes to countdown before a level (why even count down?) and clear the level after completion is ridiculous. Overall though Invert Selection is a nice fun puzzle game.