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Very simple game to play. Gets the old grey cells working on some levels. Only downside is that it does get slightly monotonous. The puzzles are all the same size and the shapes don't vary that much. By the time you've done a few levels, you kind of know how they going to fit. Not a waste of money though, it was only 59p. Maybe the developers could have you solve different size puzzles that then made up a bigger puzzle. Bit like making your jigsaw pieces and then completing the jigsaw. Give you something to aim for.
3.0 out of 5 starsBusiness as usual for Oak Team Games: flawed but fun.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 October 2014
If you have played any other Oak Team Games, you will know what to expect. The basic game play is fun, the new shapes meaning that this is not a simple rehash of the original. I had expected that adding triangular pieces would ramp up the difficulty, but so far it has been pretty straight forward.
Sadly, the same old flaws that marred their other games are still present. The controls are rubbish, with the piece you are trying to move often lagging and not staying under your finger, and you cannot displace a piece you have already placed with a new one. And you are repeatedly nagged about rating the game. Overall, the good just about outweighs the bad, and this is another reasonsble Free App of the Day.
This is the 2nd game in the series, both games I have really enjoyed. Really gets you thinking and its nice you have three hints if you are stuck. Can really recommend this game but it's more for adults than children.