Great simple concept This is a great game! Challenging yet simple, and I love the idea of brightening up the sad little beings with a rainbow :) That said, it manages to be a rainbowy game that isn't all unicorns and glitter fluff, and retains integrity in doing so. Only thing is that it could do with something that explains what all the options actually mean, although it is kind of fun figuring little tricks out.
Nice concept, unintuitive handling Slow and clunky opening and closing the app frustrates user's abilities to play in small time windows.
Cool puzzle game This unique game involves steering a giant snake^H^H^H^H^H^H rainbow that can be split into multiple parts to get around obstacles. The levels are not linear, so you don't have to do them all in order. There are parts of the map where you have to have certain achievements in order to continue. While I usually don't like redoing old levels, the achievements do make them quite different sometimes. Sorry I said snake. The rainbow is not at all like a snake. Snakes turn at 90 degrees, but the rainbow is pleasantly curved. Snakes eat people and keep going, but rainbows make dull people colorful and stop. Snakes can't cross themselves, but the rainbow can. Snakes have a tail, but the rainbow goes on forever.
Simply addictive Just enough plot to give it character and a trickster ending. My kids, ages 3 and 9, love it.
Clever, colorful and high caliber. A puzzler that has you use the lines of a rainbow to unlock your little friends from their mundane prisons with just the right amount of twists and turns.
Fun puzzle game with lovely visuals I play-tested the iPad version of the game and loved it. Glad to have it on android too. The levels are diverse and fun and you can define your own metrics of success: all the stars, least killed rays, or continuous motion. Sometimes I am surprised at the final visual when the paths of the rays end up looking whimsical and artsy.
- Launch levels opened via URL in play mode instead of in editor.