I really like the game, and the idea behind it is fantastic.
The requirement to create a character is problematic.
The question is, why?
The reason I bought the game has nothing to do with it.
The second issue is that the booster jackpot frequently causes a black screen, which compels me to quit the game and resultantly lose all of my boosters.
After you repair the second one (I know you’ll have to modify the complete game for the first one) I’ll gladly give you a higher score.
Much appreciation is in order.
The game is entertaining, however there is a commercial after each round.
Math games with time limits are made more difficult by intrusive commercial breaks.
It’s especially annoying when just half of them close when you click the X, forcing you to repeatedly use the back button.
If this weren’t a problem, I’d play for much longer and more often.
Fun puzzle game, however the occasional issue where the pin won’t set down or where it would pick up the wrong rope would make the timed stages a bit more difficult than they already are.
Also, the levels that are rated as “impossible” are actually rather simple, whereas the “medium” levels need numerous tries before you can earn three stars.
I’m curious as to the tangle monster’s function, as well.
There are much too many advertising, both required and non-required ones in order to receive your incentives.
If you move only one rope, you’ll have to watch a commercial or spend coins to start the level over again.
A lot of the commercials may be skipped over because the button is hidden.
The gameplay is OK, but it’s too challenging because there’s no way to restart without watching an ad; if this were fixed, the game would be a lot of fun.
I gave it a higher rating since the app’s advertisements were fairly representative of the actual experience.
Although the concept is brilliant, the execution falls short.
It’s passable, and I’d even play it more if you included several key elements:
You can undo the last action you took.
2.A level-reset button.
Click the “Level Select” button again to return to the previous menu.
Four, a link to file a bug report.
I may have missed something, but I didn’t encounter any of those in the game; as a result, my review score dropped, and I won’t be playing again until those four issues are resolved.
The advertisements are quite annoying, however turning on airplane mode will solve that problem.
The one catch is that it’s quite addictive.
I may be the only one that feels this way!
I really enjoy playing the game, but I don’t think it’s important to have a character or worry about it.
The game would be much better if the designers made it easier to play.
The first lvs were too simple, and there were too many advertising.
After each level, you are presented with an advertisement, and the initial arrow is so tiny that it’s nearly impossible to ignore it.
Furthermore, the first several riddles are very trivial, thus it takes too long to get into reasonably intriguing challenges.
There are much too many advertisements, however a buy option to eliminate them does show up.
I have to pay, but that’s OK by me.
It’s important to remember that programmers have stomachs too.
There are way too many advertisements that you must “select” to view in order to earn in-game currency.
Fun puzzles and a fascinating game design.
However, there are too many distractions in the app (why would I want to feed and care for my character??) to make the “puzzles” fun.
I would use this app more often if it were less complicated.
We have far too many dull and repetitive apps that might be transformed into fun and affordable games.
THIS IS AN AD MONEY MACHINE AND NOT A GAME because they force you to view advertising again and over again, maybe so quickly that they obtain the money and data before people have a chance to uninstall.
Because of a catastrophic error, it failed.
In a word: adore.
Having advertisements is OK by me, and I’m sure it helps support the game’s development, but unfortunately, a bug on level 449 prevents progress, thus I’ll have to give up playing at this point.
Really unfortunate, I’ll be missing it.