A downloadable computer game

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"This is really cool and really clever!" - David S. Gallant, developer of I Get This Call Every Day

This is an abstract tile-based puzzle game with math you can do on your fingers. If you don't like math, don't worry! The puzzles are built around only a few simple addition and division operations. If you're struggling, check out the included cheat sheet.

Legends tell of a mighty number with the power to divide evenly into all other whole numbers. It is rumored to be at the bottom of Arith Glen, a mystical valley where many vicious numerals lie in wait for naive fools to stick their digits into their hungry maths. Do you have what it takes to find the ultimate divisor?

Note to Chrome users: The sound starts glitching after playing awhile. I recommend using a Mozilla-based browser for this game. If you want to use Chrome, you can mute the browser tab, or refresh the page when the sound starts to glitch and continue where you left off. (if the game still lags with the sound muted, there's also a no-sound version available for download that should help.)

Published Jul 09, 2017
Release date Jul 10, 2017
AuthorSTARsoft Systems
Tags2D, Minimalist, PuzzleScript
Average sessionA few minutes
AccessibilityInteractive tutorial


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

The Quest for One.html 307 kB
The Quest for One (no sound).html 307 kB
Level construction kit 14 kB
Cheat sheet 58 kB
Developer commentary video [38:53] 741 MB
if you pay $2.00 USD or more

Development log


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Really clever game!