A nice, old-school game Reminiscent of the old Qix game of the early 80s, it's simple to operate once you get used to the swiping patterns needed for gameplay. You do need to watch where your finger is or you can suddenly end the game by touching the "previous" function on your phone.
No save? You have got to be kidding me. I played for 2 hours and needed a break. No save. I figured it was automatic after each level. Nope. What is the point of playing a game if you can't even take a break? Wasn't it that Korean kid that died because he didn't take a break? And he was just the first one. Now, believe me, I am not going to die over this game. I really like this game. It would get 5 stars if it would save games. I am being generous giving it 3 stars
Resume? I love the game just wish I could save and resume my progress. Having to tap the level up a hundred times every time I play is very tedious.
Good, need improvement - Main menu text is too small. - When the app is bring back to the foreground, progress is lost. - no level select/level unlock in order to restart at a specific level - menu buttons too small too
Tab 3 Its a great game but it is an old version . They should make xonix 33 by new features
Awesome Great game except you can't pause a game and come back to it later. 125 lives and 58 levels, and I have to start all over again .
In Version 5.7-5.8:
Possible crash fix for very small screens
In Version 5.6:
Mostly non-random reflections for enemy squares
In Version 5.5:
Invincibility at the initial position
Level selection indicators
Button to rate the app on Play store
In Version 5.3-5.4:
Optimised performance for screens with high pixel density
In Version 5.2:
Blackholes on the board
Better level selection at the start (if you know how to)
More progressive difficulty in levels
More regulated distribution of lives
The best-selling turn-based-strategy blast-a-thon is now available on Android.