Charge Everything is a logic puzzle game. It tasks a player with charging wired, portable, personal electronics and other electrical devices across 45 levels, including smartphones, tablets, music players, game consoles and fans.
Each level presents devices with power cords and plugs and obstacles that increase in difficulty or number. The black screens on some of the different devices display flashing red low-battery warnings. The play area also features various electrical sockets. The player must direct each plug into the correct socket to win. When they perform the task correctly, each device displays a fully charged, green battery icon. The game also displays a WIN sign and shoots confetti into the air.
Charge Everything only sounds like an easy game. As the levels increase, it might suddenly present a plug that's wide or features multiple prongs and cords of varying lengths. The good news is that the player can overlap power cords. Similar games often don't permit overlapping interactive objects. If the player inserts a plug into the wrong socket, they can also remove it and try again.
Additionally, some devices remove obstacles. For example, the player can plug in a fan that blows away a piece of paper blocking a socket. Some levels contain electric-powered barriers that block sockets as well. The player must charge a barrier to make the hydraulics retract it.