Response to install problem reviews No problems installing on my Galaxy Note 2 (AT&T). The game is relatively simplistic but the concept of each screen building on the previous screen is an interesting mechanic. Rated 5 stars to offset the negative 1 star reviews from people to quick to jump down the developer's throat.
Not sure what's so bad about it. Installed and ran with no problems for me. It's a really nice and relaxing game, and the graphics are just like in the screenshot, cool and sort of Limbo-esque. Missing a star because I don't entirely know how to lose. Edit: Apparently you lose when you bump into things and the background turns a certain shade of blue, and jumping acts against the change to this color. It would be nice to have some sort of way to tell precicely how far off you are from dying.
It's ok Needs more than the main concept. Music is too repetitive and could just do with a continuous flow instead of restarting from the left all the time. Nice try though. Also red should really be danger rather than blue. Minor point.
Anything free for the day is fine with me. I like simple minimalistic games just to past .....a minimal amount of time like on a quick bus or train ride. My only gripe with the dev is to leave the main character that we control as a block or rectangle like The Impossible Game or Thomas Was Alone.. We like minimal :-) Also the music was good the. (to the person who undownloaded?...... how the f what?)
Not quite Splinter Cell but.... The main character reminds me of the days I used to use those bubble bath game boys because we could not afford the real ones. I used to change the batteries in them anyway, but I did ruin a lot of my friends game boy cartridges when I tried to play them on mine. Ah, nostalgia... Also, like some of the reviewers on here I have been experiencing some weird neon pig but for me it was about 355 seconds in. Weird. Still love it though.
No problems here. Great game Great simple game that is still very challenging. I also like that it doesn't need any access permissions. I don't know why others are reporting problems. Works perfect on my Android Kyocera