It's fun after you've completed the tutorial. The idea of game looked interesting, so I tried it out. It's explained well and I quickly hot the hang of it. The first puzzles felt a little too easy and I almost quit, but luckily I stayed long enough to unlock the min/max challenges (no idea why they're introduced so late). Now it's challenging and fun again!
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Great logic puzzle game based on image projection. You see two images projections from different angles. Your goal is to stack blocks that conform to both projected images. Very clever unique concept. Each level is quick and independent so if you have a few minutes waiting around, you can knock out a level or two. You can rotate the display to get to the other sides of the structure you're building. You can stack blocks, or stick them to the side of existing blocks. One problem is that I kept misplacing blocks, thinking that I was stacking a block when, in fact, it put it behind, on the ground, or attached to another block. I had to constantly long press a block to remove it. Keep in mind the "backspace" feature to help in this area. I would like to see a zoom feature to enlarge the building area. I haven't reached the end yet, but I'm sure I'll feel, like others, that I'll want more levels. An endless random generator would be welcome.
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Very good minimalist design for this puzzle game, though I often wished I could tilt the viewpoint up or down and not just left or right. There are actually three challenges for each level (min, max, and picross), so don't stop until each has three dots. Having said that, I believe there is an error for the max blocks goal in Ch. 4 Level 19 — it should be 28 and not 30.
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