Minimalist aesthetics, no timers: my ideal game! My only gripe is what most everyone else has mentioned... It's far too short. Honestly, I check back here now & then to see whether anyone else has made something similar. This is still worth 5 stars, though!
Too short. A really fun and innovative puzzle game. No ratings system or timers. No instructions, just introductions to each new concept to figure out. I would give 5 stars if it was longer or there was some sort of level generator after you finished the levels. I played this casually over 3 days on lunch breaks and was sad when it started the levels over again
Brilliant. So many mechanics are brought together in an easy to learn, hard to master fashion that makes solving puzzles incredibly rewarding, but not so difficult as to cause hopeless frustration. I beat the game in roughly an hour, and I hope more levels are added in the future. The simplicity lends itself to possibility, showing potential for puzzles of truly awe-inspiring complexity.
Fun, but short The concept is great and fun, but the game is definitely incomplete. The game is so short that I finished all level in an hour. This is a good game for a 12 yrs old, but as an adult, it seems too easy. Wish there is more difficult level later, I was hoping for more with the price.
Figuring out how to move should not be a challenge The game was challenging and fun once I stumbled across the secret of how to move the tiles, but the first 15-20 minutes were maddeningly frustrating. The play store "demo" zips by in two seconds. What you have to do in the first stage is TAP one tile. It turns pale, then you tap another, and they trade places.
Great minimal puzzle game Lots of interesting mechanics, and presented well. We can complain about how short it is, but it's ONE DOLLAR. Absolutely worth the cost, and I look forward to their next game.