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Ace Herz Jan 23 @ 10:31am
this looks interesting
Should I buy it?
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Rufus Jan 23 @ 10:35am 
Do you want to buy it?
Ace Herz Jan 23 @ 10:36am 
Originally posted by Rufus:
Do you want to buy it?
There are other games that are interesting too
Nick Jan 23 @ 10:38am 
If you want to hear other's thoughts, I don't even consider buying it because of the lack of content
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The Derr Man Jan 23 @ 10:58am 
It doesn't seem that packed with content, but it does provide a nice relaxing game that will challenge you.

I played for a little bit and completed the A puzzles. All this game needs is achievements!
Noudaism Jan 23 @ 11:00am 
Originally posted by The Derr Man:
It doesn't seem that packed with content, but it does provide a nice relaxing game that will challenge you.

I played for a little bit and completed the A puzzles. All this game needs is achievements!

How much content is there? I mean, how many hours did you get out it?
Emperor Zombie Jan 23 @ 11:39am 
I have this on my Google Play wishlist. I like puzzle games on my phone.
Nige111 Jan 23 @ 11:39am 
I just don't understand why developers think they can do a straight port of a mobile game, increase the resolution and sell it for 5x the price (or even more) - just because it's on PC now.
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wearingpurple Jan 23 @ 12:15pm 
Originally posted by NF Nige111:
I just don't understand why developers think they can do a straight port of a mobile game, increase the resolution and sell it for 5x the price (or even more) - just because it's on PC now.

Because they can.
twitch.tv/bloedkak Jan 24 @ 1:13am 
Originally posted by wearingpurple:
Originally posted by NF Nige111:
I just don't understand why developers think they can do a straight port of a mobile game, increase the resolution and sell it for 5x the price (or even more) - just because it's on PC now.

Because they can.
exactly, and they love their money, btw im sure some people will buy it on sale, and i bet about 5+ purchases already gain them money. + this also kinda works as an advertisement for the android/iOS versions
FredEffinChopin Jan 24 @ 4:26am 
Originally posted by NF Nige111:
I just don't understand why developers think they can do a straight port of a mobile game, increase the resolution and sell it for 5x the price (or even more) - just because it's on PC now.

I don't know why people think that porting is a matter of pressing a button, or that ports should be provided for the same price that they were on other platforms. If it's all the same to you, then get the mobile version for free or cheap and call it a day. If on the other hand, you have a desire to play a video game on something other than a palm-sized screen, then you've acknowledged a demand for this new product.

Tiny-screen-game = $1
HD version $4

It doesn't seem that crazy.

It makes sense for mobile versions of multiplats to be cheaper than their PC counterparts. Relativity comes into play when you're pricing a product, and in the mobile market, with (compared to many PC & console games) low development costs, many games are cheap or free. Having a game that costs $1 makes you competitive. A $1 game on Steam makes your game look cheap, especially if it's not even on a sale, for eff's sake. $4 is pretty cheap, and it's amazing to me that anyone can find room to complain about that for a brand new title.
Stevoid Jan 24 @ 9:23am 
Day 4: Steam puts another crappy game on Steam.
DJFountain  [developer] Jan 24 @ 10:30am 
Hello.

This version actually ends up cheaper than the mobile one.
It includes all of the premium puzzles and gives you free hints every day.
These features are both in-app purchases on mobile.

So it's cheaper here! Crazy right?

Dan
Zenclare Jan 24 @ 2:55pm 
Hey there.

Just wanted to say that Steam tells me that it has taken me about 4 hours to get a 100% completion rating in this game.
It's a pretty small game, but it was actually kinda fun to get used to and try to figure out how to solve each puzzle.
In the end though, it's not much more than a very pretty colour-fill game, as in the goal of the game is to fill an entire grid or board with one colour.
That being said though, it was quite entertaining, even though I usually tend to get bored of puzzle games fairly quickly, I was able to stick through with this one.
And I must say I didn't mind the prize at all. The game seems very interesting and unique, and it seemed to not be too short, but not loo long either. The difficulty level got kinda high, but not too high for me at least :)
I did end up using 9 of the 10 hint credits you have from the beginning, so I don't know how it works with getting more credits each day, but I will say that getting a hint for a puzzle always made it much easier to solve it (since it tells you exactly how to start).

To summarize: The game doesn't have too much content, but it can be quite enjoyable and challenging, plus it looks really good :P
swenor Jan 27 @ 6:07am 
Originally posted by Ace Herz:
Should I buy it?
Yes you should and buy me a copy too.
Jeez what a stupid question. Use youtube to watch some vids dude. Are you going to ask about everything?
Ace Herz Jan 27 @ 7:51am 
Originally posted by swenor:
. Are you going to ask about everything?
yes. Asking doesn't cost me anything. Buying a game and being dissapointed is something else
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