This developer makes the best puzzle games without a doubt. Difficult without being unfairly. It does hold you hand but with clever level development and not intrusive text. Very minimalist production. By the end of this or Scalak you'll feel like you can do puzzles better. The only suggestion I'd have is the ability to pause a puzzle while mid solving it. Android battery saving features unfortunately often suspend the app processes and make you restart any puzzle if you've switches apps.
I enjoy the games from this developer very much. This one had interesting puzzles, unique and dynamic mechanics, and a very polished aesthetic. If I had to offer any constructive criticism, I found the puzzles in the middle of the game much more challenging than those at the end. That coupled with the fact that the game offers no response to completing the last puzzle (except for returning you to the first level), means that finishing the game feels underwhelming... Still completely worth it!
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It's a pretty puzzler mired by its inability to stick with a particular mechanic. Rather than explore all the ways it can be exploited, or layering new mechanics and ramping up the complexity, it bounces from one type of puzzle to another never sticking with one for more than three or four screens.
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