Közzétéve: július 1.
I strongly suspect that this game was made intentionally for that small subset of players who like to experience games while under the influence of hallucinogenic substances.
It's a slow-paced block puzzler of the type where you make and clear groups of colour, but with a minor twist in that you must draw a continuous path through the group. This addition doesn't really add much more complexity, but Lucid was probably not intended to a brain-teaser.
What Lucid does do well, while you play the uninspired and repetitive puzzle game, is play spacey sounds at you, ripple the game board, splash rainbows and flare effects everywhere and constantly praise you in a calm, soothing voice. Perhaps this would be really appealing to someone in a highly altered state of consciousness -- but otherwise it's just a lot of annoyances slowing down play.
I recommend this game only if you're a serious abuser of psychoactives, and you've already become bored with "Dark Side of the Moon" and the kaleidoscope sequence from "2001: A Space Odyssey".