A clever little game I finished the PC version of the game a fair time ago and it took me quite a while. The puzzles themselves are deceivingly difficult and the simple premise is used in very clever ways. Jelly no Puzzle is one of my favorite games in recent years and is an easy recommendation.
Really nice game. It took me a whole week to beat the first eleven levels, made me mad but is very addicting. I just wish you could play until level twenty for free. I would not mind a couple of well placed adds.
Would prefer more frequent wins I don't want a puzzle game so hard that I can't enjoy frequent wins. Nor does the game come with hints and a way to earn points that can be redeemed for hints. I would prefer a game with more variety and greater depth. Bottom line: I didn't find the game very fun.
Amazingly tricky It's very hard to imagine how tricky these simple puzzles can be by looking at their innocent appearance. But they are! Tricky, but fair. Tricky, but not simply because there are a zillion pieces to keep track of, but rather because each level has some clever trick to it. Plus, the first 10 levels are free. I say check em out!
Really challenging. First you think you figured it out. Second - wait, hmm, it doesn't work. Third, you try to find some other way, and if you don't succeed, you might think the level is impossible. And sometimes it is... Until you somehow manage to do it days or weeks later, only to get stuck with the next level :) The feeling of accomplishment is priceless. Unfortunately it runs incredibly slow on my LG G3 (Android 5.0). I would prefer to turn the animation off in order to improve the performance.
Unfortunately and despite the amazing puzzles, the controls are very sluggish to he point of being annoying. I picked up the computer version instead, where the controls are a little better (but still bad). Wish the game creators would put more thought into ux :(
Minor bug fixes for low API levels
Improvements on game synch