Cityglitch Is A Puzzler Of Lighting Glyphs On Haunted Rooftops

By Joel Couture . March 7, 2018 . 3:00pm

A witch aims to light up some haunted rooftops by passing over glyphs, setting them aglow while avoiding the monsters that mean to stop her in puzzle game Cityglitch.


Cityglitch presents the players with multiple levels set on five by five grids, tasking players with moving over all of the red glyphs on the level in order to complete it. Players can only move their witch in a straight line, so they’ll need to plan out the best way to touch each of the glyphs as quickly as possible. Should they make a mistake, though, players can go back a single turn to try to fix things.

These hauntings don’t just allow the player to banish them, though, with various ghosts, demons, and bosses striving to stop them. Each creature, from the Scaredy Cat who moves out of the way to the far more ferocious demons, will move in a set way based on what the player does. Players will need to learn what each of these monsters can do, and how to avoid them while still hitting each glyph, in order to complete the game’s ninety-five levels.


Cityglitch is available now on Steam,, the App Store, and Google Play.

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