While some puzzle games like Bejeweled or Cut The Rope might require quick thinking and even quicker reflexes, Sporos is cut from a decidedly different cloth. This puzzler is more for the player who enjoys staring at a problem and weighing strategic options at a slower pace.
Each level in Sporos starts you off with a field of empty cells and a designated number of seeds or "sporos" to use. Your job is to strategically place each of your sporos, so they end up "infecting" every cell on the field. As you can imagine, infecting an entire field of, say, 20 cells can be difficult if you have only two or three sporos at your disposal. What's more, different sporos can only infect cells in certain directions. So for instance, one of your sporos might only infect cells in a straight line, while another can do its work in an "X" formation.