The concept and the gameplay are very nice, but can you make the game actually harder. Last levels are just trying to shuffle the logic but who actually reads easily gets it 34 minutes 125 levels all 3 red lit, easiest level? Level 125 since its just tick 2 things instead of being a mind blowing level. I wanna have to actually think, not just look and do it... I want challenge, update with difficulty selection
Really good time killer, especially for fellow math/logic geeks. A bit on the easy side, but interesting and fun nonetheless! However, it's INCREDIBLY annoying that some of the puzzles on endless mode are unsolvable. I'd think that it would be pretty easy to have some sort of validation with the random puzzle generator--e.g. a simple brute force algorithm checking every switch combination for a valid solution..
The UI is nicely simple and doesn't feature a lot of useless bloat. I did find it nice to solve the puzzles however there is not a lot to do. There are only 125 levels to solve which could definitely be expanded upon(at time of writing). On the other hand, the endless mode is somewhat lackluster because I've been able to solve nearly every puzzle with 2-3 moves on average. Would be really nice if they were much more challenging. I also have yet to experience any problem with unsolvable puzzles.
I installed the game as it came up on Google Play as a recommended or related app. After the first few simple levels I couldn't put it down. There were a few really good challenging levels towards the end, but I'm looking forward to the addition of multiplexers! Smooth gameplay, simple controls, and a well written introduction add up to a well designed game :)
Content is great. Few small ui issues Concept and implementation are perfect. Taught my 8 year old circuits! A few small suggestions. Show the current level on every screen. We keep losing our place whenever we go back to do older boards. And second, every board should tell the target number of moves.
It's put together well and keeps it down to the basics without unnecessary additions. Only problem is the fact that some of the endless levels seem to be impossible, which is a real shame because it feels very unsatisfying to keep wrecking your brain on an unsolvable puzzle. Still, it's exactly what you can ask for.
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