Shining example of an excellent mobile puzzler. Deceptively difficult is an apt description; whilst the learning curve is a little sharp solving puzzles is all the more satisfying in the end. No ads, very fair price (cheaper than the same game on steam!) runs great, and nice loco roco-esque style. Crossing my fingers there'll be extra content added at some point!
Great design, lovely music, hard levels. It forces you to think and that is great. I feel really good when I complete level and so I bought rest of the levels. You should at least give this game a try. Also there are so much little details inside which are great addition to the game. In level 11 there is like a scene from finding nemo where "light fish" is chasing 2 fish. It made me chuckle :D
Deceivingly hard but fun I really didn't expect a game about collecting fruit to be this difficult. But wow, after spending upwards 10-30 minutes to solve some of these puzzles, it's incredibly satisfying! The levels are incredibly well designed as they introduce new mechanics later. That said, this game isn't for the light-hearted as there are no hints, so it's be prepared for a challenge!
Too good to be true Charming visuals, well executed and fairly creative game play, a proper brain teaser, no "powerups" (all you need to progress is your own wits) and no ads. The only thing you can buy is a cheap level pack that's 45 LEVELS LONG. Also ps. it's really hard.
Fantastic and difficult A great puzzle with simple rules but many possibilities. Some levels I got with some fiddling, others I keep coming back to until a new technique just clicks. I may not finish every single level but I feel I've already got my money's worth.
The best puzzle game I've seen in a long time. Each level presents a new challenge, and though at first it may seem impossible, there's always a solution. There's a very satisfying feeling of achievement when I finally work it out. I'm hooked. If you make a sequel, I'll buy it. Just one thing: please could you give us the possibility of saving a position? I'm now getting to grips with the fiendishly difficult star levels, and being able to save steps would be really useful.
NerdHerder is a new kind of motion-controlled table-top augmented reality game.