This game is fantastic Only complaint is some levels are way too easy while some are impossible but still, free, no ads except to pass next level (which you have the option to not watch if you don't want to continue). Overall, Excellent work!
ads block progress & paywall you have to watch ads in order to progress - 30 second video ads.. and most of the times the game bugs and it's really hard to get it to load the ad so you can continue playing. first game was definitely better. also there are 5 achievements that require you to buy the game and play the other levels.
Slickly-made, and good fun! I really enjoyed playing both Ultraflow 1 and this sequel. It's a great concept, and even though the new levels here try new things, it never felt like it was trying too hard, or pushing away from the core gameplay mechanics. What I also like is that with most levels, even if you can't figure out exactly the right angle, you can mostly just smash it and it'll go right ;).
The first was better There is no option to turn off the gyro and the ball does not move immediately when you drag. You have to drag farther than you should just to move the ball. They then flood you with ads in order to finish the game and ignored the good aspects of the first game.
Monotonous When Monument Valley gets challenging, there are tons of combinations to think about. When this gets challenging, you're just stroking over and over and over w/very slight changes in timing and angle. By the 40th swipe it's kinda like banging your head against a wall. Repetitive with very little deviation.
Glitches, bs etc Undeveloped in some areas, sometimes restarting works, sometimes not. A hassle to correctly aim with fingers an inch and a half thick, and a complete waste of time, (I call those electronics.) but still a good concept.
ULTRAFLOW 2 - 1.0.4:
-Added support for Android 4.0
-Adjusted some level's difficulty
A brain-racking game about bathroom breaks, screwdrivers and nuclear explosions.