Addictive It tries to pawn itself off as a fun relaxing zen garden. Even talks about breathing. .. something I forget to do when I am trying to get those last few in before time runs out. This "game" is great! Gets my mind active and I enjoy trying to best myself. Not relaxing to me... my heart races and I have giggled in satisfaction when I finally beat a level. Exciting. .. and it's only math...so far... wonder what's next waiting for me to conquer.
Great game! I enjoy this game very much. Easy to play, I could go for hours. The required score and Zen score don't always show up before the game, but instead are just two squares. Sometimes I have to open it twice before I can play because it forecloses. Overall, very pleased. I also wish there was a replay button at the end of each level, regardless of whether or not you pass the level.
Loads of potential... The game itself is fun. The theme and the sounds are calming. Overall I quite like the game, but I had to deduct two stars for the interface's poor capture of button presses or rather the lack of display when needing to type in multi-digit answers. I found my self as often as not typing in the answer only to find that it did not recognize one of my button presses. This leads to frustration when I got the answer right and typed it in, but still don't get the points.
Nice but still needs programming. Like the atmosphere however grapical glitches won't let me see required score, score for zazen and stage number for some reason. Game locked up requiring a force close a few times after going to menus. Then I get "application became corrupted" and can not play anymore.
Gorgeous App Samsung Galaxy Note II Beautifully combines the tranquility of Zen and the brain teasers of mathematics. No time limit so you are relaxed and free to immerse yourself in this game. Beautifully laid out. A must have to any puzzle lover!
Very Simple Game But Will Still Get You This game is a very simple one but it will catch you with very simple equationsand will make you laugh at yourself for missing it! The Grammar Nazi in me wishes they got someone who knows English to write the text.