Not Not is an extremely simple puzzle game that does a great job at messing with your brain. Set on a square cube with simple instructions inscribed on each new side you run to, your mission in this game is to try not to get tricked by the annoyingly simple instructions.
Played using simple swipe controls to guide your player either up, down, left, or right, you’re mission is to speedily swipe in the direction your player is “supposed” to run. So, with around 2.5 seconds of thinking time and the message “Swipe Not Not Up!” which way do you swipe?
How much can your BRAIN handle?
NotNot puzzle game is the ultimate brain-busting challenge based on logic and orientation. Follow the written instructions to swipe your character towards the correct direction (up, down, left or right) and victory.
As you reach higher levels in the game, increasingly complex and varied instructions will require use of both your logic and dexterity for you to succeed.
And sorry (not really) for any mental inconvenience this may cause :)
Two game modes are available:
- in the classic mode, discover a new concept on each level!
- in the challenge mode, go as far as possible following more and more complex instructions
What makes my game unique?
The uniqueness of Not Not stands in the fact that it's the only game in the world that will make you really hate yourself because it seems so simple and hard at the same time.
Alt Shift is not responsible for any of the following consequences triggered by a not not game session:
- Mobile damages due to a drop or any other violent contact or hard surfaces, including, but not limited to, tables, walls, floors, ceilings, the bottom of your foot when you stomp on it while screaming in frustration, or friends’ faces.
- Loss of mobile resulting from throwing it, intentionally or not, out of windows, into the ocean, garbage dumps, the fiery pits of hell where you might think it comes from, or at friends’ faces.
- Social isolation, episodes of hysterical crying, and/or nervous breakdowns.
Why could my game win an award?
With more than 7 millions of players in the world, Not Not is not only a simple and elegant game, it is also a very good way to improve brain skills, reflexes, logic, and orientation skills. Simple mobile games can be fun, addictive and useful !