Color-matching game with a typical Knizia twist in the scoring: you can win by losing in all colors save one, as long as the opponent's score in that one is the lowest for any color. Unfortunately, this means that your overall play is not important as long as you can block off that one color late in the game. The master has done better work.
Great Two Player This gets played a lot as a two player game with my other half. Most recently on a plane journey. Nice turn play, with a screen coming up over your tiles before you hand over to the other player. Good job all round.
No multiplayer AI Great value for money but the absence of multiplayer AI is a drawback.
Good, but lonely Needs online matchmaking multiplayer desperately
Please add to family library
Decent port I've enjoyed playing the board game for several years, and I was happy to see it had been ported to an app. It's easier to play solitaire at a decent speed in this digital adaptation. That said, the lack of support for more than two players is annoying. The AI is indeed fairly challenging, but mainly because it seems to always have the better tiles, not because it plays the best move. Therefore, you have to use skill to be able to overcome this disadvantage. Despite its flaws, this game is well worth $1.
Various smaller tweaks and optimizations
Hit the road for a life of adventure in this version of the classic boardgame!
This ain’t no ordinary maze! Hallways and junctions change with every turn!