Starts off mindnumbingly simple, and then the puzzles get really devious. Kind of short though. No tutorial, so you get to play around and infer how to use mechanics as they appear. Very pretty game with good music and sounds. Kind of reminds me of Infinity Loop, except harder.
Great game. No instructions, but that sort of gives it a certain charm. Some of the levels are quite challenging, but you gotta add like a hundred more at least. I finished the whole game in an hour or so. I'd love to play some more, but since I've already finished I feel like deleting it.
(*I got the game for free) The game is very short and the puzzles are too easy, you can go through the game in one sitting. The only logic you need is "this tile cannot be here so it must be here". With that in mind, throughout the game you just have to keep flipping, turning and swapping like some simple machine. A bit repetitive. On the up side, the game is kind of addicting when you pick it up, art style is pretty nice too. Early levels are a chore that has no challenge, I would recommend removing some of them.
Nice graphics. There are no instructions, so it takes 2 rounds to get used to the app. But that's it. After that, the levels don't being any considerable challenge. Completed about 30 levels in 20 mins and then got bored. Uninstalled.
Pretty looking, well designed and really atmospheric puzzle game to relax your evening. Took a little over an hour to finish but well worth the one buck 'cause ads would totally ruin the atmosphere. Play it when you have a couple of hours to spend to make sure you can play as long as you like and maybe finish it if you like it as much as I did ^_^ (I got the game for free but liked it so much that I'll give a buck to a friend and tell them to buy it <3 )
This game is just amazing. It's so simple to understand, no tutorial (needed), no "here's how you do this" etc. I just started it, mistook the first level for a loading screen (seriously lol) and then just touched it and 2min later I've gone through like a dozen puzzles already. And whenever there's a new element coming there's that curious "hey what does this do?" feeling. It's been ages since a game actually tickled that one so nicely.