Summary: Basics: You tap hexagons to flip them and their adjacent ones over so that no colored ones remain on the playing field. Directional items, special hexagons and varying field shapes add variety and complexity as the levels increase. Pros: * Puzzles have no time limit. * Difficulty increases gradually. * You are encouraged to solve them in the fewest steps possible.
Summary: Needs more options - Very limiting. I think the game could have a lot of potential but doesn't follow through like a lot of ds games that I have played. I really thought that the game would be more exciting with build up as you got higher up in levels. I just find it frustrating and I quit because there is no consistency to the game.
Summary: The first time I played this game I didn't really think it was all that great, but then I played it again and figured out some things and it ended up being another addictive game that I just had to keep playing to get to the next level. It was very inexpensive, so I didn't think it would be much, but it's actually quite good!! Beware, though, you have to use your brain to figure out the puzzles!!