Drag any line to a point, and divide it into two new lines; the new lines can also be divided. Again and again, a few lines can weave countless wonderful patterns. Some patterns look simple but intriguing, others look complicated but regular. You just need to observe and try, and you will enjoy a series of joys !
- Three game modes:
• CLASSIC: base on core gameplay
• MIRROR: each line displays a mirror
• 2 COLORS: two types of lines need to be controlled
- A total of 265 challenging levels
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- New 180 Levels! - Optimized the game experience
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Weave the Line Reviews (4)
27:07 I had to do the same thing😂😂
I don't need the classic one😡😡😡
A really good game and a great way to spend time xx challenges build up and are fun 💜
Please make more levels to beat
My piss don't burn no more
Without a doubt one of the best and challenging.
Can’t put this down, even when tired
I had tried a similar game and loved the concept. This version has beautiful graphics, challenging puzzles and is in so many ways so much better
It’s fun and I see the potential of it being addicting. But all the ads make it way too frustrating, it happens almost every level. Not changing star rating until the ads decrease. It’s ridiculous
That is good
I love this game because I love puzzles
it seems like evry chance they got the devs decided to shove an ad in your face. this is how your app gets uninstalled
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