Conclusion: tiles. Once you’ve created a connection, at any time you can trace the tiles and create a circuit, which will then cause the tiles to dissolve and award you points. It’s easy to create a circuit by laying down three red tiles around the border and connecting them, but that will give you a mere pittance of a score. Your ultimate goal is to create huge blocks of single colored tiles together, with the greater points obtained by covering the middle of the playing field.
Excerpt: A good puzzle game has a way of crawling under your skin. It's easy to lose yourself in that zone of addiction, where the game wields complete control over your left brain and you have no choice but to succumb. Konductra is not such a game. Instead of relying on an outwardly simple design that's difficult to master, it gets bogged down by its own thoughtful premise. Playing Konductra is not a challenge--it's a chore.
Pros: Wi-Fi play with online leaderboards, Full tutorial with voice-over
Cons: Fussy design never lets you get in a groove, Oversensitive touch-screen controls cause costly mistakes, Generic, grating MIDI techno soundtrack, Dull graphics have no personality