In this game full of satisfying graphics and innovative levels, you can challenge yourself, your brain, and your friends! It’s you against physics and the tricky levels — WHO WILL WIN? All balls have to go into the pipe … can you remove the pins in the right order and make it happen? It should be simple: gravity pulls the balls down towards the pipe. But then pins are in the way! Can you help out and flip away the pins and get the balls to where they are supposed to be? But wait: there is another level of trickery! Sometimes some of the balls are colourless: before they go into the pipe, they need to touch a color ball, so the color spreads to them as well. So simple yet so tricky!
After first few levels 30 second adds start appearing after each level. Then the adds make this game lockup you device.
Cool idea for a game, but it’s literally a repeat of the same 6 levels basically. They are not only way too easy, but extremely repetitive. Cool idea for a puzzle game, but horribly executed. If they were to actually make the game challenging in any way what so ever, maybe then the game would be worth it. Also, way too many ads.
This game is soooooo boring, did nearly 100 tries and there was nothing that hard to figure out. Am deleting now.
I like the concept. It could be a decent game if it managed to pull a challenge out of the mechanic, but I'm a hundred levels in and I haven't really had to think once. I gave it a solid shot, but it's just dopamine-delivering busywork for the purposes of serving you ads. Plus it runs like crap on iPad 4, crashes occasionally but consistently, and the aforementioned ads are far too frequent. Can't recommend this one at all.
I learned to pull things from this game and accidentally pulled grandma’s life support
Game is good but ads every other level is ridiculous
There are too many ads in comparison to playing time. It’s takes seconds to solve a section and there is an ad after every two or three sections. The advertising time is almost equal to playing time.
I kept waiting for the levels to get harder—they never did, but the ads came more quickly.