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
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!!
Solid and Replayable A lot of reviews seem to neglect the excellent level creator. If you find these levels too easy, build harder ones. I don't think the game is exceptionally difficult, but it is fun. I did have a small bug where leaving the game running in the background (e.g. hitting the home button or locking the phone) wouldn't stop the music played, so I'd keep hearing wind chimes all the time. Would definitely recommend and the $0.99 it costs is completely reasonable.
Great with one dirty secret. The app itself is great. It challenges your brain and is a great time passers-by. However I found that you have to purchase the last 60 levels. This is understandable considering its a free game, but come on. Let us play a bit more before forcing us to pay up.
Brain activity through the roof! This is a game worth of the title of being a game. It may not seem very fun or hard at first, but less than ten minutes in, you will be hooked. The pleasant brain activity and challenging puzzles are good enough to even pay for, so as long as this is free, everyone should download it.
Controls The game is a great puzzle game concept. It has nice graphics and calming music. The one major issue with the game is the controls. It vaguely instructs you how to play. It doesn't tell you that you need to swipe to change directions. It shows a dot on top with pulsing arrows that one would assume you use to control. But that's not the case. Also, because it is pulsing, I have to wait to see which direction is needed to move. There are several occasions where I would swipe one direction and it moves another
• minor bugs