Nearly five stars. Like so many games there isn't a simple exit, you have to step back. Given the nature of mobile use you often want to finish quick (appointment called, stop reached) but developers think it's cool to trap you in. The other nice to have is a number of moves count with a target/minimum display for those who want a bit more challenge sometimes. Otherwise it's a really nice game.
Great, peaceful, satisfying Not super hard, but engaging just enough to make you think and feel quite satisfied when that cube sinks into the hole. Love the peaceful music and minimalist graphics. I was disappointed to find that the level creation tool is busted. I set a starting point, hit the check mark, it moves on to the next step, but then nothing is clickable except the back arrow. Please fix this! I was very excited to create my own level!!
Very beautiful game. It's after a very long time I found a game which makes you think. I really can't think if anything that is wrong with this. The music, the gameplay, the layout, everything is so simplistic yet so peacefully beautiful. I play it to relax after work or gym. No stress no anxiety just pure simple thought and perspective. I would like to take this opportunity to commend the design and development team of the app and look forward to more apps from them. Keep it up.
This game is unbelievably addictive. Aside from the block ticking in the background, the music is soothing and Zen like. The game itself will stretch your mind to think outside of the normal problem solving way of thinking. For the abstract/engineering/ problem solving mind, you will love this game. Just be ready to put the phone down when your head hurts from playing so long. Awesome job!!!
Excellent way to sharpen spacial relations Awesome have a hard time figuring out how things go together. This game is really helping me see various options for moving the block. It's not punishing me if I go the wrong way which is nice too. I like it. If it always stays at the thinking and doable stage with no tricks I'll play this for a while. Until I read the other reviews I never even realized how close it was to Monument Valley. I love to that game as well for the spatial relations
Overall it's a winner. This simple concept is well executed to create something that is spacially thought provoking. It's a bit odd that you basically can't loose. I feel that maybe there ought to be some advanced player mode with a timer maybe. Also I enjoy the red and the grayscale but I feel that more colors could be tastefully added. I think the cube could change color per level or maybe it could even leave behind some kind a muted color trail where it has rolled. Also while I love the Zen vibe of it all I feel that the cube could move a bit quicker. It seems a bit too slow IMO. I'm sure you devs are aware of it but the controls on the cube game "edge" are a good comparison to this. That game controls tighter IMO. But again, overall a pleasant game experience! Thanks for your effort on this!
• minor bugs