Decent I've beaten the full game and I'm glad the lite version had levels made exclusively for this game, but I was able to beat the whole thing in about half an hour. Kind if buggy, too.
A thinking persons game! If you're not into the rapid coordination games and like puzzles that will challenge your logic & lateral thinking & PERSISTENCE this will be dangerously addictive
It's a great concept, but ... ... the learning curve is very abrupt in my opinion. From simpler puzzles it goes directly into tougher ones and it becomes a frustrating game. Didn't purchase the full version for this reason. It also has a glitch: if you place a mirror on one of the little squares, it gets stuck there and you can no longer use the mirror and therefore can no longer solve the puzzle. There is no reset button to start from scratch. For these reasons the great concept and design lose their appeal and become too constrictive.
Fun game, worth the money. Fun puzzle game. I love games like this, where you're not fighting something, but actually playing with possibilities. Just when I think that I've figured out common techniques to approach a new puzzle, other elements & techniques are needed in later levels. Definitely worth the money. Though in certain situations, the interface can be buggy: such as a prism producing a secondary color, then collecting a second primary color....the prism makes the wrong decision. So I just re-place the prisms in that case.
Too buggy to play later levels This game's too buggy to complete the later levels. Prisms that get ambiguous inputs like to randomly change their behavior when placing other objects. Moving the affected prism away and then right back sometimes fixes it but most of the time it doesn't.
Ice-breaking! Challenge my brain for the first time to play. But I had completed all the level with satisfy achievements. Unfortunately, I haven't the full version yet. Anyway, it's an interesting game. Good job, dev!
-New help pop-ups and menu
-Online solution sharing
-Switched a few UI buttons around