A great idea A unique puzzle idea and nearly flawless execution. Art is minimal, pixilated, and might turn some away. The game itself is short-lived, fun and challenging, good for bus rides. The menus are a little difficult to understand at first glance, but they are consistent with the game's overall presentation and design. Infinite Survival and Sandbox modes give it some lasting appeal.
Tiresome I disliked this game from the moment i installed it. From the cryptic and unhelpful first menu, the way it seemed more interested in advertising itself to my friends, to the childish graphics, everything annoyed me. It stayed on my phone no more than a few minutes.
Not bad. This is more of a panic inducing time trial than a thoughtful puzzle game. To each their own, but too quickly did it go from easy to annoyingly difficult.
Remastered, and still great! Probably my favorite iOS release, finally on Android. Steph did a wonderful job with this game, and I love that it never ceases to challenge me. The newly added features in Infinity make the replay value that much better. So happy this was finally ported!
Touchscreen's finest This was the game on my first smartphone, the iPhone 3Gs, that made me realize touchscreens were literally game changing - it was a new medium that opened novel possibilities in game design and interaction. Beautiful, elegant game.
Seriously Awesome Game One of the few things I missed from iPhone finally makes it to Android!
- Bug fixes