Good game Puzzles are really challenging, graphics are good and it runs smoothly. The panning is weird though. You'd expect it to be the same as panning on Google maps, or on a zoomed in picture or webpage. But it's different. The camera will carry on panning after you swipe, even if you keep your thumb on the screen. It's tricky to get the camera exactly where you want it.
Fun game BUT,,,,,, The physics suck. They are very inconsistent. You can press the play button 15 times and have 15 different results. Makes it more of a guessing game then anything. This might as well be a slots machine app
Buggy hammer 99% of the time, the hammer disappears immediately. Can't use the hammer after it disappears. Most levels aren't possible without the hammer. Broken on both nexus 6p and galaxy s5.
Awesome game I like how there is three levels to building but there is a glitch that when you select a new build item it automatically un-attaches and enlarges the last piece you had selected so if it's part of an intricate machine it messes it all up.
Great concept, poor execution I really wanted to love this game, but it just doesn't perform up to par. The hammer and wrench icons are completely unresponsive when building. I estimate that clicking on a hammer (or wrench) works only about 1% of the time. I've only completed a few levels, but I've spent more time trying to click on the hammer to connect two pieces than thinking about how to solve the puzzle. Very frustrating and not worth the time.
A Thinking Person's Game Just completed the last level. There are 40+ original levels with a Xmas pkg of 10 more levels. Each level can be solved several different ways. In addition there are many user designed levels plus a sandbox for designing your own new challenges so there is, practically speaking, unlimited replay value after completing all the included levels. This is one of my favorite games and has earned a permanent spot on my tablet!!
* Fixed a bug that caused some levels to "collapse"
* Better support for high density screens
* Experimental support for Android x86