Stunning Simply marvellous! Played this on the PC a few years ago, still as good! The control mechanism sometimes let's it down, only because it makes a little harder, since you make mistakes that you don't mean. Such is life! The games sound and music and graphics and it's story line and brillant, it give a warm glow every time I play it!
Saving This is a lovely game, really calming and sort of sweet. But it seriously needs some way of saving your progress/returning to a game because I've hit new game by accident twice now and had to start again, and I've only had the game a couple of days. (If there's already a way of doing this I'd be very very glad to hear it and add another star.)
Had teething troubles, but really enjoy it now. Wasn't able to play this game initially for quite a while, eventually tracked the cause down to it not running with ART (not a major issue for now but given the next Android version is using nothing but that I hope it works come update day). Nonetheless a nice little puzzler, beautiful aesthetics with simple but solid controls. Well worth the price.
A very fun and funny game! This game will make you sad over squares, obsess over oblongs, and generally rave to others about rectangles. It's a weird little platformer that's beautifully narrated by the fantastic Danny Wallace, and very nearly plays perfectly, except for character changing; when I try to change to a character who's icon is on the right side of the screen, I have to be so close to the home button that it's basically a gamble if I change character or hit that. Still, this game comes highly recommended despite that.
Near perfect game The gameplay, story, characters are great. The unique gameplay of controlling multiple players at once is amazing. The only problem is the ending; 2 empty characters override computers? What? What happened to the main characters? Where are they? So many unfinished plot lines! But other than that, Everything's perfect about this game. One of the best mobile games
Fantastic fun Edit: Still loving the game, but one change that would really help would be a color blind mode. I find it quite hard to differentiate between the block selection buttons on the levels with many different types of blocks. /Edit ----- Original review: Although the block selection detection is a little loose, and results in moving rather than switching blocks the game itself is charming, humorous and quite endearing. The narration and personalities of the blocks really sets this of from being just another block puzzle to something very enjoyable to play.
- Improved character selection.
- Support more devices.
Explore Hogwarts across 40+ levels based on the first four Harry Potter books.
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