Draw paths to guide the flocking spirits to their home planets. Watch countless beautiful creatures emerge from light, bring balance to a world in constant motion, and unravel its mysteries. For the first time in your pocket: • Dancing Stardust • Frantic Swarms • … and Neutrino Flowers In a breathtaking tale about attraction, interaction, and transformation. Also starring: • Particle Hunters • Glowing Baitballs • Firecracker Bouquets • Living Walls • Fountains of Light • Supergravity Shepherds • … and many more! *** Please note *** In FROST, you can interact with swarms and flocks consisting of thousands of individual agents. To make this possible, the game utilizes the graphics technology Metal to the fullest and is therefore available only on the App Store.
I've enjoyed this with my family a few times and we wish we could make our own puzzles or community ones. Please support or release more with this engine. It's beautiful and a lot of fun.
Beat the game 🥰 I use the term ‘beat’ to display my excitement for finishing a game (rare in my case). In all actuality the game is more of an experience than something to beat. Sometimes it took weeks of untouched play to get past a level. I explored, played, waited, and experimented during each level. I found that when I was particularly relaxed or inspired by thought, that I was able to overcome a level far faster than usual. Or maybe it was a sense of playfulness that in turn created a pattern of thought (or lack of mental “noise”) that allowed me to relax. Beautiful game, gave good feels, never felt pressure to perform- maybe a feeling of challenge at times, but no sense of failure. Rare for those two to coincide in games.
Escape to a calm state of mind. Beautiful graphics and delightful puzzles. The minimalistic nature of this experience is top notch. Bravo
As others mentioned the game ends too quickly only 50 or so levels but each level is entertaining. My biggest gripe with this game is the brightness issue. For some reason this game always overrides the brightness setting on the iPhone and plays in 100% brightness which puts a strain on the eyes and also ruins the aesthetics of the game. I asked the developer if there were any plans for a fix but got no response. For $5 would have expected at least an acknowledgement. Anyways don’t waste your money on this game till they address the brightness issue.
Submitted an email request for support. Yes, my IPad produces all sounds and yes the volume is up, and yes I tapped the in game icon for sound. Level 1 & 2 introductory graphics work fine, but no sound at all. Went into my iPad settings several times. I apparently paid for a muted game.
This is one of the easiest games I’ve played and if it wasn’t for the graphics i wouldn’t buy it for a dollar. After I found a simple trick to the game it took only an hour and a half to fix nosh the entire game. At least there needs to be more than fifty levels for such an expensive game. Also there needs to be more variety on levels because you basically play the same one five times in a row so it’s only really ten different levels to solve. Joy worth it until there are new changes
It’s rare for a puzzle game to be both intellectually stimulating and calming. Frost not only achieved that, but took it a step farther by making the completion of each level a delight. From a user point of view I felt it went too fast. Other games would normally have you play three or so rounds at the beginning before introducing a new elements. Frost sort of sped through that. There are some puzzles where the user is involved, and others where the user creates these light “factories” and lets the glow accumulate on its own - those were my favorite. Taking elements from how light particles work in physics was a brilliant idea. Light waves/particles have been fascinating physicists for centuries. Basing a game off that seems like it could be, well, infinite. Good job.
I LOVE the puzzles in this game!
This game is stunning. It shows what is possible on a phone, and awesome is possible!
Frost is most beautiful, well thought out and brilliant puzzle game I’ve ever played. It’s not meant to just be a mind bender, but enjoyable, relaxing and mesmerizing. A work of modern art. Don’t miss it!