I recommend this as an educational resource Enthralling fun, and also forming the brain in programming skills. My ten year old son took to it at once. It would be much more useful if it allowed different accounts on the one installation so that several people in the family can be using it, each progressing at their own pace.
Loved it. However Okay so this is a fun game. It's wonderful, simple and a good brain tickler but I was really confused between the Lite and paid version. Naturally setting as the descriptions for both are the same I thought one was with ads and one without. Apparently I was wrong and really it aggravates* me off that nothing was said on either description. If this is a God damned demo call it a DEMO!
Excellent challenges Best think-it-out game in quite a while. Takes some trial and error plus understanding of mechanical movement, but definitely challenging. Thanks Steve Gibson for a great recommendation. Ohhh, got to the last (13th) level. I'm thinking the full version is worth a buck.
A SAUSAGE BISCUIT REVIEW There is only one problem, but there are multiple solutions. Can you come up with a way to solve these complex puzzles? Boosts creativity, and makes you feel smart. That is, unless you SOLVE the puzzles. Then you might actually have something in that skull...
Great brain-teaser! Beautiful visuals, very polished. Bonus points for being able to set volumes of sound effects and music separately. Minus one star because you can't transfer your progress to the full (paid) version.
Good game No permissions or ads. Good to see. Would be nice if progress from lite transferred to full. Tutorial levels are bad enough once, and there are a few too many.
Fun mind game Sequence Says, a brain training tool that will improve your memory