Summary: Very beautiful graphics, music, animations (I like moving details on background). Very good game for iPad. But company is too short and there is no possibility to zoom in-out. Best game in app store in its genre.
Summary: A graphically gorgeous and charming game with some challenging puzzles that are hard enough to get you thinking, but not so difficult that they ever become frustrating. I would have given 10 had the game length not been so short and the ending so abrupt. Other a beautifully polished puzzler!
Summary: A puzzle game that keeps it light. Casual and short (about 2 hours of gameplay). Frustration level stays pretty low although I could have used a little more guidance (closing off areas you're done with, indicating what has changed because of your last action). The physics are well executed and the masses 'feel' correct. Graphics are well done, but could have used more color.
Summary: I was hoping for an experience close to Machinarium. I was disappointed. While the graphics were good I thought what they were depicting was uninspired. The puzzles were straight forward and included a few which involved precise control, not easy on an iPad.
Summary: This is a great game and with plenty of personality and storyline if one has the patience to look for it. The little hero is being taken advantage of by a lazy, mean janitor. The great mystery is: how important is the heart to the planet? Will our hero dedicate himself to the heart or escape the place that kidnapped him? The complaint is that it is short.
Summary: I like the art style, but some puzzles in this game is weird and not really funny, I think these puzzle are too normal every time I solve the puzzles I never got impressed. but it is still not a bad game.
Summary: This game is all about the puzzles, and they are very fun to solve not too easy not too hard. The graphics are awesome, the sounds are good, the gameplay is solid. Buy this game if you like to use your brain.
Summary: Set in a hauntingly beautiful steampunk universe with some neat puzzles and physics, I was totally immersed by this game. There is no text, and no voices. Only incredible visuals, simple sound effects and some atmospheric background music. Aside from movement controls you have only one action and there is no death.
Summary: Unmechanical is a pure physics based puzzle. A little robot is captured and dragged in an underground location with the only goal for the gamer to escape from there. The game remembers a bit of the old physics 2D concept games where your only goal was to go through a room packed with various obstacles. And also has a bit of Crazy Machine like influence. Take that put it in a sort of modern weird design 2.5D and you get the picture.