Brilliant. Mesmerizing. This is more than a puzzle. The simple color contrast and calming music, made me open this game with a stressed mind and close it in a much more relaxed state. And it's fun too! Every time i passed an especially hard level, i literally shouted "I got it!" Thank you to the creator of this amazing game and I encourage all to play it! Especially if you enjoyed YELLOW.
Very nice app! Simple is in. What a wonderful idea. It's easy to make a complex game take a long time play. It's harder to make a simple game compelling to play for the enjoyment of very little. I can still hear the music in the background as I write this and keep drifting away with it. This goes in the "apps to keep" folder now. Thank you!
It's a very challenging game. I really enjoy when I playing the game. It causes me to think out of the box and inspire my innovation. It trains me to think the other way round to solve the puzzle as sometimes I may be too stubborn to insist on the formation. Who's know its just a very simple indeed. Overall, good to challenge this game!
It was fine at first but it is hard to move the objects around because when you first tap them it moves them up, and the motion doesn't match the motion of you dragging your finger. Also for some reason uses an INSANE amount of your data DO NOT GET of you have a limited data plan. It used nearly 100 Mb in just one day and I was only playing for like half an hour total.
The game seemed a bit too easy. Had maybe 3 or 4 levels that took about 5 minutes each (the hardest ones). Good game though, very addictive and fun, and more levels will be appreciated. The controls are a bit off but that's no deal breaker. Definitely worth a try.
While not particularly difficult, it is extremely entertaining, for such a simple design. Gotten through almost all the levels, now, and haven't yet needed to use a hint. The UI design fits the art style perfectly, as well, rounding out the atmosphere nicely. Most importantly, as far as I can tell, there are no advertisements, though they may be hidden in the hint system, though it wouldn't matter if that is the case, seeing how seldom it is used, if ever.