Not long enough, poor difficulty design. This game only has one world, about 8 levels. It doesn't take much to take the existing decks and create a world around each. It is unfortunate that the game is so brief and the difficulty jumps so sharply. I wish I had more to play, but, it is done and over.
Caught By The Art. At first glance game gives a retro feeling of a late 80s groove. Characters are corny yet humorous, game style plays in well with tablet mechanics. Overall challenging due to the math and card factors of linking up for your next big strike. Well worth the buy 5/5 Thanks guys!
Incredible My dad introduced me to this game about a week and a half ago. I'm already on hate-bit, because I spent so much time on it because I loved it so much. Although I don't know much about seanbaby, this is still a mathematical masterpiece.
Mathematical! I've never been so addicted to a calculator. Played a lot on the ipad, and just HAD to have it on my mobile.
Fun, but could be better. Very nice game. Freezes up every now and then but not regularly. Would be nice if player level modifyer were a bit more reasonable. Once you beat Hate Bit you get 0 points for beating anyone else. Makes playing them again seem a bit pointless.
Finally on Android When I was a wee boy I would look to the heavens and question the almighty, asking, "Lord, you know how I love 8-bit video games, math, space battles, and looking busy during meetings: when will there be a game that combines all that I love that I can purchase on Android for me?" Well, my prayers have been answered. This game is everything I hoped it would be, and easily the best purchase under $3 I've ever made.
- fixed an immediate crash experienced by some Galaxy S3 devices, some Galaxy Note 3 devices, some Droid RAZR devices, and others
- fixed weird graphical issues on the HTC Droid DNA and other devices