I thought this would be just like red; slow, hard, and with long ads that only lead to hints that almost never helped. But i was proven wrong quickly. I actually had fun in this. I didnt have to watch ads until level 18, and some levels were tricky and a little slow (ex; level 12 and 18) but for the most part the levels are fun. Only problem is that at only level 20 i struggled. It was hard in red too. But it was so much harder and i needed hints. Even with hints I couldnt do it and had to quit.
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For level 20 each button shows what button to press next:
- the arrow shows the direction where the next button is
- the number of arrows shows how many positions away the next button is
For example: double arrow right = next button to press = 2 positions to the right
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Bart Bonte has created quite the puzzle experience. The controls (for the most part) are quite simple, but toward the end the puzzle concepts get very tricky to decipher. However the replayability is slim to none, so once you've played the game, there's no point in going back through it. Luckily, Bonte has a couple sequels of the same variety to keep you occupied, with 50 levels each!
1 person found this review helpful
December 10, 2018
Thanks for your five stars Alius!
First level-based puzzle game that I actually enjoyed, ended up playing red blue black and green as well, I only had the brute force one level in the entire series (green 41) but otherwise it all made a lot of sense and felt fair. Sometimes there are difficulty spikes, and between games some concepts are used multiple times or overused. But overall, very good series. 250 levels for free with no ads (except if you need a hint). Only downside is it was common that a puzzle felt clunky to operate.
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Thanks for your five stars!