Simon Tatham is a hero A fantastic collection. All playable offline. Puzzles generated from customisable settings. All completely free with no adverts. Considerable documentation for each game. Simon Tatham is a hero here and the only thing missing is a "donate" button! Lots of credit also goes to Chris Boyle for this Android port.
Perfect, clever, fun for everyone No flashy graphics or sound track, just a long list of perfect puzzle games. They all come with a variable difficulty setting for different ages and skill levels. Fun for children and advanced puzzlers alike. Too many great games to name. I've played Simon's puzzle games on multiple platforms and this is the best implementation.
Color scheme that works in map First, this is the gold standard for puzzle games. Lots to choose from and all with various levels of difficulty. But the big deal is map. I'm red green colorblind and never thought I could play a color-based game without some other help. With the new color scheme, I actually can! Minor point (not worth a star): I still can't use the dots without the letters. So it would be nice to either have larger dots or a way to keep the letter hint on in settings.
Should I love this? No, I shouldn't -- but I do. :-) I spend WAY to much time playing them. ***Pokes at Ubuntu with a stick and wonders why Unruly isn't in the game menu***shrugs and goes back to Android***
I'll give you five stars if you change the colours back to "camo" in the maps puzzle, or even better, let us choose our own.
Best game ever Once found forever loved. I've been playing these sets of games for months on various devices and its the only one to be saved from culls of the dross normally found under the app banner. The one down side is its lack of noticability on google play as you have to search for it. Google play should push this more
Improve night colours in Signpost, Loopy, Map (day as well, improved colour blind accessibility).
Fix bug where swap-L-R button + new game = 2 left buttons.
Clarify Net description on chooser.
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