Too many levels are pixel hunts, reflex checks, and eye exams, not puzzles. The puzzles are pretty good, but they're outnumbered. On many occasions you're faced with an empty white screen that gives no feedback when you tap, drag, rotate, or do anything else, until you happen to do the right thing in the right spot by chance. Putting puzzle pieces together is fun; digging between couch cushions, wondering if that's where the pieces even are, is not fun.
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Overall good game. Challenging which is a bonus. Although I have to say, the hints aren't very helpful. Many times I was just more confused by the hints. I think I skipped 2 or 3 because even after seeing all the hints the solution still did not make sense and could not be determined. I would give it a 5 out of 5 but unfortunately even after I paid for the ad free version, I still got adds, 3 times in a row. I find that misleading. Otherwise, interesting play.
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It's pretty good. The levels aren't always intuitive but that's the fun of these kinds of games. The problem is that I'm stuck on the level that requires notifications to work, and it isn't working so I'm stuck. I'm not about to watch ad after ad just for the option to skip a broken game, but maybe you are? (It's more than two.)
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