Short and simple. Not going to bother paying $2 for 60 more levels when they apparently don't get any harder. Now, if there were an Endless Mode, that just might be worth it! Games like this practically demand having endless levels, so I'm not sure why there's a limited number.
Solid app, good audio-based aesthetics. The game isn't very challenging however. Maybe it gets harder after the first 40 free levels, but the challenge that I did get from these sample levels didn't convince me to purchase additional ones.
This game is very good and addictive. Some puzzles are rather challenging and after 40 levels, I though it was worth the £1.89 to get another 60 levels. However the puzzles were too easy on majority and finished them all in one night. Either make them harder or add more for five stars. Overall would recommend though.
At last a novel game idea that is well executed and values gameplay over eye candy (even though the graphics are nice). Just wish there were more levels! Heck lets throw some video into the mix, why not. Challenging and fun.
As a musician, I like the game and it's concept is fun, although the first 40 levels are quite easy, and I am therefore hesitant to buy them. I'd give this game a higher rating if there were more than 40 levels, as I did this in two days and now have the choice to uninstall or buy more pretty much. Still a great game and timekiller!
Writing this after 25 levels. I think it's an interesting game, however, it feels too easy. For example, you are allowed to cut corners and come up with much super solutions than ones that use the whole board. I would like to see a star system that rewards players for using as little connections as possible.
– Minor bugfixes
– Minor improvements and bugfixes
– Japanese translation
– 20 new, handcrafted levels
Listen to audio through your phone's earpiece when you earphones aren't handy.