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A simple, straightforward numbers puzzle game. I loved how the way it presented numbers was intuitive, making it easy to identify numbers as big as seven at a glance. There's no words, so no language barrier. I couldn't unlock the second sky set of bonus puzzles, even after I cleared everything else in hard. Not sure what's up with that. I also wish there was an easy and medium infinity mode, as I think the first ten levels were a perfect difficulty for my 1st-grader to practice on.
6 people found this review helpful
Almost perfect! Personally I would have liked a system for tracking which rows are fulfilled. Additionally, because every hexagon HAS to have a minimum value of 1, I'm not sure what the point of leaving them blank is. Also, despite clearing every normal and special level on hard, the final area refused to unlock. Which means either it's glitched, or you are required to go back and beat the levels on easy... either way, boo!
4 people found this review helpful
This is a nice logic puzzle game. The puzzles are doable without too much guessing and having a harder difficulty is nice. Select the difficulty in the top right corner of the level select screen. Neat level mechanics are introduced throughout the game. There are 111 levels with 2 difficulties each for a total of 222 levels. Achievements would be nice, but I don't expect any more updates to the game.
10 people found this review helpful