Brain-burning, but I keep coming back From the description, I expected a series of puzzle levels. Instead, cleared circles are refilled from the top in the style of a match-three game. That gives it a higher replay value, but means you're guaranteed to lose sometime, based almost as much on chance as on skill. My little children enjoy hitting random circles and watching them go, but I keep searching for the optimal move. It's rarely obvious, and involves quite a bit of imagining where the circle will go. Lack of ads is a bonus, but the menus can feel unresponsive, particularly the highscores button.
Amazing! I've decided I better try all the games that Apo-Games makes. They are amazingly unique and the set up is clean & simple. They aren't filled with ads and unnecessary decorations. So it's nice and compact, just a tiny download and you get a great game. Thank You Apo! I'm going to rate all of your games in the hopes that it helps promote a good game designer. They will be honest ratings though, no free stars.
High replayability Forces you to think if you want to get far. Has become my favorite game/puzzle/time killer when waiting in lobbies. GREAT Mental escape. Local and non-local leader board is very a good idea, unfortunately the game must be incompatible with my input keyboard; it will not allow any letters typed into the dialog box for posting with my rank.
Mostly pattern recognition and luck. Not much skill required. Just depends on how the level sets up.
Needs more explanation This reminded me of various Japanese logic puzzles but couldn't work out what I was actually trying to achieve. Needs a much better tutorial.
A fun game, but still has some bugs It's fun and would be addictive, but it keeps crashing my phone.
- name will be saved
- last level will be saved