Doesn't work on Nexus 5 running ART Updating my feedback based on new info. Discovered that the app does not work with Android 4.4 ART. After switching back to Dalvik from ART, the app works fine. Running on N5 straight out of the box (Dalvik), app works great. After switching runtime to ART, it appears it is not yet compatible with the Android Runtime (ART). With ART, game crashes upon launching. Doesn't even get to splash screen. I've had this game on prior devices and enjoyed it. 5-star game if not for a compatibility issue.
Nice time waster Nice little time waster! The levels range from very easy to mind numbingly hard. It *is* possible to play this game without data being connected.... I do all the time on the train. Every once in a while the games needs a connection to verify the licence. Let it connect then disable data.
Challenging at times, but limited in scope and difficulty fluctuates I downloaded this a while back and got stuck on one puzzle before moving on to another game. Returned and completed the level only to find a ridiculously easy level later on. Only two obstacle types so once you figure the key to them, it gets pretty simple. I enjoy it but glad it doesn't go forever like this.
Never get tired of this... Had this game for years but it never palls. Great graphics, bug free game play and loads of levels ranging from easy to mind bending. Easily my favourite phone game.
Pretty fun It's pretty fun but can get a little repetitive. I think some different concepts and twists on the puzzles would help a lot.
I used to allow my son to play offline Now most apps require being connected via wifi/3G/4G just to use them. Google must be suggesting these permissions that seem to be adopted by more & more developers. AdMob seems to be running constantly on our devices, contributing to their search engine. I enjoy JB & ICS, which like iOS 6.1, allows users to opt out of notifications, but games play without having to be connected on iOS. Yet we're spied upon & spammed 24/7 on Android. Remember the days when they gave out free phones to get money for service?
* Performance and many other improvements
* Significantly improved licensing system.