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Just dig with your fingers — and guide the ball to the cup. It's easy, yet challenging. There is often a trick to solve the levels, sometimes you need take advantage of the objects' speed, sometimes you need to make objects collide, but often it is enough to use your intuitive thinking. Features: • Inventive and unique gameplay. • Easy to understand. • Realistic Physics. • 1000 levels, designed with love. • Encourages logical thinking and creativity. • Discover new features like bombs and multi-colored balls. • 3D-graphics. • Solutions are available, if you get stuck.
I have stopped playing all the other games I have on my phone. I love this game and it’s challenging puzzles, it really makes you think how to solve the puzzle. On occasions adding in elements in that are not needed to accomplish the task, this is truly a game that can become addictive if you love to problem solve or like cause and effect thinking. I do agree with other comments about the required purchases for hints in that you could offer free hints along with maybe the completion of a level or something, just moving on to the next level is great but having a added rewards would be even better. Especially if you plan on keep adding levels, the whole idea of a game is to beat it or have something you can win. If the levels never end then what are you playing for unless you have a goal or prize in site. Thank you for creating such a great mind challenging/ eye blurring / brain stimulating game. Natalie
I’ll admit, I’ve become a bit jaded in this age of deceptive ads leading to freemium addiction machines. When I saw the ad for this game, I honestly can’t remember what made me click on it. I do love a good puzzle game, though, and wasn’t able to resist the interesting-looking gameplay. When I started it up I was very put off by the abundance of ads. The initial levels weren’t that tough there were 30 video ads between EVERY level. I think maybe even restarting a level required an ad, I’m not sure. But SOMETHING about it was different than other sweatshop-produced games. So I spent the $2.99 to get rid of the ads, and I’m GLAD I DID. This is one of the most inventive puzzle games I’ve played in a long time. The graphics are simple. Deceptively so. It reminds me a little of “cut the rope” from back in the day. Great physics engine that really makes things interesting. I kept playing, hours and hours, expecting to get to the point where the levels became repetitive, or unchallenging, or TOO challenging. But it never happened. There are a couple levels where chance comes too much into play for my taste, or where the mechanics of something like the find from the fans isn’t really clear, but really, the point is this was totally worth three bucks. Ive already gotten through every available level after 2 days, and new sets are apparently coming out next month. Can’t wait!
This game is addictive and fun. I have spent many hours playing this great game. One thing I have noticed after level 15 is the balls have more bounce. I do like it as it changes how they react to arcs. Make it pretty difficult on a few levels now. Here is the thing though, you offer no other way to get help other than the player buying help. We could use a way to get hints/help by watching longer ads as most games offer. The quick 5-10 sec ads are find in between, and for those who want help often can buy them. How about the opportunity to watch a longer ad once or twice per 24 hrs? You get ad revenue, and we get a very small amount of helps per day. For the first 15 levels I have found no reason for help. However the more bouncy balls after level 15 can be cumbersome. Just a thought. Other than that, great game.
By Now healthy41
In a word of mindless first person game this game actually can challenge your mind. Now in the beginning it is a bit slow paced and rudimentary. But now that new levels have come out on a regular basis I’m finding that some of the levels are challenging. I agree with some with respect to ads, ads and more ads, but I also understand that when something is free there is a cost associated with that. And someone is covering my “free” enjoyment. So thank you for the free leisure time activity. I would like to speak to one unexpected pleasure that I found one day just by happenstance. Developers, I found your hidden Easter egg on the home page. I would love to see others like this if you can sneak them in. Oh and have perhaps a special level for those who find the eggs. Again thanks for the mindful challenges and keep the levels coming with increased difficulty. M
This is a great puzzle game. I’ve been playing for a while now, but was getting tired of the add interruption every 3-4 attempts on any given puzzle. So I coughed up the $2.99 to skip adds and it was worth it. I haven’t run into any “power ups” where the developers are trying to get more cash out of your pocket to advance in the puzzles. The artwork is simple and nice, and a stylus pen makes it more enjoyable instead of using my fat fingers. I rarely get through puzzles on the first try, but I figure it out after a couple times. Yes, there are a few difficult ones now and then that are a real challenge that has taken me many tries to get through. I’m not complaining, it’s fun and challenging.
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