Controls + or - to decrease the size to 64 pixels by 64 pixels. Or to increase it back to 256 by 256.

Mouse to drag pieces into place. Only the pieces next to the empty space can move.

When you solve a puzzle you can click on the completed puzzle to return to the menu.

This game is based on the tile moving toys where you randomize the tiles and then move them into place. Each level has a different image, but otherwise the gameplay is the same. There are a total of 8 possible image designs to pick from (two of them are hidden).  (For spoilers of the final images of each level look at the end.)

This game was inspired by the idea of my last LowRezJam in 2020 where the game structure was a simple 4x4 grid to embrace the idea of a simple game design. 

Music is Cyberpunk Moonlight Sonata by Joth.

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(2 total ratings)
AuthorVal Hutchins
TagsRelaxing, tiles, tileslide
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsMouse, Smartphone
AccessibilityColor-blind friendly


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Nicely implemented. I like the tactile feeling as you move the blocks around. Good selection of music too.

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I really like sliding games :)

Just one commet, I think that it would be faster to play if you just click in the tile you want to move the hole.

Good job!

Yes I did consider that. Ultimately, I mostly wanted to use this game to work on the programing involved with sliding the tiles so I decided against it.


I really liked this. I found the dragging very satisfying. It would be nice to play on mobile as well.

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Thanks! This actually does work on mobile, or at least on the iPhone as that is the only device I can test it on. It does take a moment for the game to load.


I played this for a lot longer than I thought I would lol


Haha, thanks. It is a simple game so this is probably the best comment I can probably get. Glad you enjoyed it.