Beautiful looking games are a dime a dozen in the Android world, but not everyone can boast of innovative gameplay. One of the more popular, recent games of that nature has been Monument Valley, and we’re pretty sure that developers would want to emulate that kind of game, but with a twist of their own of course. Maestro is one of those games, but more than just giving us a visual feast, it also provides and incorporates wonderful audio and music.
Basically, Maestria is a puzzle game, where you need both your audio and visual powers to solve each level and win. The idea is to ring the bells in the correct order, in order to solve the puzzle. You have to align them in a certain order so that they will create the right sound sequence needed to move on to the next. Pretty simple enough yes? Maybe in the beginning, yes, but with the game having over 160 levels, it is safe to say you can expect each level to be more difficult than the next.
We compare the game to Monument Valley because of the richness of the visual world, while at the same time, maintaining a minimalist aesthetic to it. The quests are also varied so you won’t get bored eventually, as you have more than a hundred levels that you need to get through.
You can download Maestria from the Google Play Store for just $2. There aren’t any more in-app purchases, so that should be your first and last purchase, at least when it comes to this game.