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You stumble upon an old computer from the 1980's at a garage sale. Wired to the computer is a helmet with a sensor. Thinking it would make a good selfie, you put the helmet on. Immediately your consciousness is transferred into the AI-controlled computer. You are presented with a simple puzzle. Easy enough to solve, just match the cubes to their corresponding color panel. As you progress, you notice the AI is learning and changing the simulation. The puzzles are getting harder and your only option to escape is to solve these puzzles. You don't know if you can defeat the AI and return to your body, or if the AI will defeat you and achieve singularity.

Game Information:

Test your puzzle solving skills in the grid-based city of Solares. Move boxes to their colored locations, use switches and devices with new mechanics to help you solve each puzzle.


- 60 levels

- Gamepad Controller Supported

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PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
AuthorOrbit Games
Made withGodot, Blender
Tags3D, Casual, Difficult, Futuristic, gamepad, Godot, Retro
Average sessionA few seconds
InputsKeyboard, Gamepad (any)


Get this game and 28 more for $20.00 USD
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In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $2 USD. You will get access to the following files:

solares-windows.zip 50 MB
Version 7
solares-osx.zip 66 MB
Version 7
Solares.x86_64 84 MB
Version 7

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Download demo

Solares-linux-demo 80 MB
Solares-osx-demo.zip 64 MB
Solares-windows-demo.exe 79 MB

Development log


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Can you offer a 32 bit version for Linux?

Hello, I am sorry I cant compile a 32 bit version of linux.

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Excelente juego de puzzles con una perversa IA que nos obligará a replantearnos nuestras estrategias varias veces.

Review: https://retroorama.blogspot.com/2022/06/indie-review-solares.html


Thank you so much for taking the time to review my game! I am glad you enjoyed it. 

Oh, also, do you think you could add an undo button and a restart button? Having to pause it and then restart it every time is a little annoying. Not a big deal, but it'd be nice.

Great idea, it will be better then throwing the cubes off the edge of the level. 🤪

Really liked it, but three time in a row, the demo crashed at Level 5, right before I finished the puzzle. But when I tried it one more time everything worked fine. Thought I should let you know.

Thank you for the feedback! Weird that you had an issue as you are the first to report that. I will take a look into it.  I hope that was the only hiccup you experienced?

Yeah, otherwise everything was fine.

Another excellent puzzle game to wrap my head around. By puzzle 2 in the demo I was hooked. Thanks much-

I appreciate the comment. The game gets really challenging and will put your puzzle-solving skills to the test!!! 

You're not kidding. Up to level 9 so far(I take it easy with a good puzzler) and my brain is already feeling picked apart and reassembled several times over. Which is good!