There's a lot to like here. The gameplay is simple but addictive, the music is great and adds to the relaxing experience. It's aesthetically pleasing and stands true to the board game. My only issue with the game is the multiplayer function. This game in my opinion is heavily reliant on multiplayer and geez I found it difficult to get a multiplayer game going. It could do with a chat function as well. In saying that it's a no brainer for the price and am enjoying considerably.
Extremely Addictive I have never heard of this game but love anything Asian and the look of this had me intrigued so I bought it and am so glad I did. Easy to learn, easy to play but gets you thinking and planning ahead your next move. Have played it every night since downloading. Thanks for a wonderful game!
A great taster for the real thing. I love the unboxing at the start and the AI levels are good. Control is easy and the chalky paths look really clear and add to the game's appeal. My only minor gripe is not seeing your own tiles between turns so that you can plan ahead. A very highly recommended app.
Excellent Digital Version of the Board Game I own and enjoy the physical board game, and this is a very good representation of the original. The AI opponents are reasonably smart, and the graphics are beautiful. My only (minor) complaint is that the game is occasionally choppy, lagging for no apparent reason. (I have an Nvidia Shield tablet, so it's certainly not a hardware deficiency.) Also, I have not tried Multiplayer, so I can't comment on that.
This is one of my favorite games in my actual board game collection, so having a digital (portable!) version is really cool. I also like that this app tracks things like how long your path is and how many loops you make. The one thing this app is missing, though, is a way to zoom in for a close up view of sections of the board. Also, sometimes the player name placard obscures the view of the top left squares of the game board. I'd like to have the ability to either remove the placard (maybe swipe it to collapse it?) and/or be able to drag the board around for better views.
Well designed universal interface (no words) that is fairly intuitive. A great mobile version of the board game. It appears that it won't work without Google Play Games, but it does - you can just cancel the prompt.
BRACE YOURSELF FOR A TSUPERB UPDATE!!!!
NEW! - Multiplayer via Google Play(with automatched opponents)
NEW! - Stat tracking for offline games
NEW! - Record, edit and share your best moves (supported hardware only)
ENHANCED! - Solo mode enhanced: see your friends pop-up as you blow past their top score. Use Facebook OR Game Center for score sharing.
FIXED! - Lots of little tweaks and bug fixes, mainly to the mulitplayer flow.
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