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The word ‘logic’ has a lot of negative connotations. We don’t like to think of ourselves as Pollyannaish people who simply accept the world as it is and forget that there are other worlds out there. If you ask us, logic is an irrational thing. It stems from a Greek word meaning reason, but in our world we often short-circuit that process and leap to conclusions before evidence has piled up or taken sides. This takes us out of character — we’re logical thinkers by nature — but sometimes our reasoning can go astray. The expression “a picture is worth a thousand words” only makes sense if you also consider that pictures can be worth thousands of words. For example, when you look at the code behind Instagram, you might question whether the 140 characters aren’t actually being used more productively than they think. The same goes for games: we might take our favourite puzzles for granted, but they can be just as cerebral as they

Do you like word games? If so, you might want to check out the new game in the line of Idiom Hunt. It’s called Logica and it’s a crossword puzzle game with a twist. You see, instead of trying to match words to fill in words that make sense… they have logic! Sounds simple, but this is one of those times when simplicity is actually the most difficult part. ices Crosswords has always been an expert at creating logical puzzles that make you think. But for all their skill at puzzle design, ices was never good at marketing their games. Enter Logica, which has just hit Google Play and iTunes. It’s a great way for ices to expand its audience while also earning some credibility back into the hands of players who enjoyed last year’s breakout word-based puzzle app Logic Word

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