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Splice is an indie puzzle game developed by Cipher Prime. It is no longer available in the Google Play Store, yet it is possible to purchase it on other platforms.


There is no plot present in the game.

The game's core mechanics center around creating new structures from the disassembled cells. The players have a limited number of moves, also known as splices, to create a new required structure. The main objective of the game is to create the structure with as few splices possible.

There are 77 levels present in the game offering a wide range of power-up cells and special abilities. For example, there is a specific type of cells that destroy both themselves and their children which can be used to reach other cells or destroy an obstacle. There is also a particular type of cells, that is compatible with every cell of the level and links them together. It is essential for the players to remember the types of cells available to them and to make use of everything present in the game.


The game's soundtrack was recorded by the Cipher Prime's co-creator. Only eight tracks got released to the general public free of charge. This soundtrack consists of seven music tracks that got used in the game's first levels and one from its epilogue.

Release date
Cipher Prime Studios
Cipher Prime Studios
Age rating
10+ Everyone 10+

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP SP3 or later
  • Processor: 3.0GHz Pentium4 or 1.2 GHz Core2 Duo
  • Memory: 2GB Ram
  • Hard Disk Space: 250MB
  • Video Card: Shader Model 3 Compatible

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later.
  • Processor: Intel 1.2 GHz Core2 Duo or better
  • Memory: 2GB RAM
  • Hard Disk Space: 250MB
  • Video Card: Shader Model 3 Compatible

System requirements for Android

2.3.3 and up
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

Where to buy

PlayStation Store
Google Play

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Splice reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
This puzzle game is rather a good surprise, because the concept and the challenge it offers really convinced me. This is clearly not a game to put in all hands, and you have to hang on to the concept to enjoy it. For this, I think that the scientific minds, with the codes of repulsion forces specific to the molecules in mind, will be more conducive to find their account. Next, the gameplay is simple, but the challenge is not it, and I even have to go even some walkthroughs of some levels of the epilogues that are sometimes very difficult. A very good challenge so. Otherwise the graphic aesthetics of the game is really very interesting, as simple but just what it takes 3D and Visual effects: a success. Finally, the music was a big positive point of the game, because to Triturate the meninges on a very nice quiet and worked melody, it is a real pleasure. In the end I recommend it to those who like the quick puzzle game to take in hand and still representing a good cognitive challenge.
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I play on Linux. Linux version: excellent, except achievements. The game this puzzle game invites us to rearrange cells in order to form a structure, whose silhouette appears in the background. A limited number of movement is allocated for each level, and it is necessary to complete the level without exhausting these movements. The concept is difficult to grasp during the first 10 minutes of the game, and we finish the first puzzles by trying all the combinations a little without understanding (the help is not non-existent, but it is as if). Then, once understood, the game becomes much more interesting:). The game understands 7 sequences of 7 levels on which the difficulty increases progressively. Once the concept was seized, I finished the first 5 sequences fairly quickly, then the 6th and 7th more slowly. On the end, it gets pretty hard when you try to get the angelic solutions (complete each level with one or more actions available). The mouse wheel that allows to move forward/backward over time on the accomplished moves is a good plus. The second part, which contains 4 sequences of 7 levels, is a notch clearly above. The graphics are correct, the soundtrack to the relaxing football. Replayability, achievements once the puzzles were finished, and the achievements obtained, we saw everything! :). In short recommended for those who like to dig their brains. GNU/Linux the Linux version is excellent, except the achievements, which does not work. The game runs very well with wine for lovers of achievements. Since I wrote this evaluation, my configuration has changed, and if I still have the same screens, now the screens are no longer separate. This often poses a problem to the old unity games in full screen. The best is to play it in windowed in this case, which is possible by editing the configuration file of the game for example. OS: Linux Mint 17 x64, MATE Edition. Hardware: i5 3570K OC @ 4.5 GHz, NVIDIA 670GTX, 16GB RAM. Screens: Triplescreen, including one vertical, configured in separate X-screens.
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