Mudak326 - 2019-03-14 07:14:41
Are they serious about the subscription model?
This is a decent game, with a nice update on the old Breakout style games from the 80s. Graphics are good. I absolutely love the haptic feedback. Ads are annoying but tolerable. Gems don’t have any real purpose. Boards get repetitive, so it’s the kind of game you’ll eventually tire of. But what really leaves me scratching my head is the subscription service they offer. It looks nice to get other ways of clearing a board, but the price is downright ridiculous. $3.99 a week?!?!? Are they serious? Annualized, that works out to $207.48 (plus sales tax if you live in a jurisdiction that imposes a tax....). For comparison purposes, the annual costs of the premium networks for your PlayStation or XBox, is $120, so this is nearly the combined cost of both..... And they offer more than one game. And the solicitation for it is so prominent, I do worry about accidentally subscribing to it. And that would be a reason to stop playing this game.
ablanco217 - 2019-03-07 23:14:09
Cool at first but thats it
Try it and the you’ll see how repetitive the levels are. They just rinse and repeat. Easy to learn, easy to master. Doesn't seem like they put much into development with features and replay value, just a way to get people to subscribe to their weekly membership (obnoxious). You can do more than enough without it. And I’ve maxed out on gems without dropping a penny.
BrenNgo - 2019-03-10 08:49:31
Pretty game, no substance
Like some other reviewers have also noted, the game itself is aesthetically pleasing to two of the senses, but that’s about where the entertainment stops. The levels become repetitive and have no difficulty curve that brings me back to keep playing. No sense of progression other than “level: XXX”.