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Recently got this game. I am liking that there some challenge without being impossible which makes it a relaxing game. The game is either really simple or difficult: depending you. Someone with very little patience will likely find it far more challenging. I am going through levels with little problem. But, sometimes I move the hole under the parts to collect really fast so the pieces go everywhere 😂 then that is quite a challenge to try to get the ones that go close to the other color pieces (or the other pieces fall on top of them). I do enjoy games with levels which I can play the way I want to play them. I enjoy deciding for myself if I want to play the game casually and taking my time, seeing how fast I can whip through the levels (timing myself), or seeing how big of a ‘mess’ I can make it then go through the level. I did one and one of the pieces ended up on top of the other color blocks - no way to get it 🤪 I get bored quickly with games that tell you everything to do: required to to compete with others, required complete it in so much time, or the only challenge to it is being programmed with odds which require you to play the same level umpteen times or spend money so you can keep buying more moves / lives. I like the freedom of playing the game the way I choose to play it.
The add I saw that made me download the game showed huge levels, with Far more blocks that need to go into the hole than what is actually in the game, the add showed a challenge. The game over all is very simple I think I got through over 500 levels in my 1st week with the game. Not because I played often but because it’s so simple you run through em. Levels seem to repeat a lot too. There is absolutely no challenge to this game for me, it does not show the challenge that the add promised. Also while we are on adds, a add after each level does not seem to be a bit much for you seeing as how fast people can get through levels? It totally seemed to be a bit much for me. It was literally like 3 seconds play time to every 30 seconds add time. This app honestly would be good for people that want to pull out the phone and play a game not think just do, and still make heaps of progress. Someone that has to make progress in order to feel some accomplishment out of the game. For me however nope not what was advertised far to simple
There is absolutely no challenge whatsoever to this game. I’ve passed nearly 300 levels in a couple of hours. I got sick of the ads, and paid $1.99 for the ad-free version, thinking it would become more difficult as I advanced through the levels. I was wrong. As has been mentioned numerous times by other reviewers, the levels repeat a lot. I’ve seen the exact same patterns repeating at least 3 times, and am nearly at level 300. I’m not talking about variations on a pattern. I’m talking about identical. I kept thinking that either I am really, really good at this game the reason it’s so easy, or that I was missing the point of the game entirely, and was too dim-witted to realize it. After reading these other reviews, I realize that it’s neither. The game is just stupid. But I guess it achieves its goal of making you pay for ad-free, and giving you no challenges. Basically, if you buy the ad-free version, you’re paying the developers to allow you to do absolutely nothing. Brilliant. Devious, but brilliant. I can even see the developers rubbing their hands together with evil glee.
So I kept seeing ads for this game and finally decided to try it since it looked quite satisfying. This game was a complete waste of my time and not one bit satisfying. It isn't just plainly eating the cubes, you have to avoid cubes too which wasn't shown in any advertisements. In any case, it made it less satisfying and not enjoyable at all for me since I was just looking for a simple and quick de-stressing game. There's also the problem with the ads. There an ad after every one or two games and it gets SO annoying after a while. Literally the ads lasted longer than the level since most of them were short. It literally felt like I downloaded an app just to watch ads. I didn't like that at all. Very disappointed as it looked so good in ads and in reality it's awful. Honestly I shouldn't have even believed this was good in the first place but I wanted to give this app a chance. If you're interested in being annoyed and wasting your time watching ads then this is for you. If not then don't download for your own sake
While I like the idea of the interface well enough it’s gets boring after awhile. There is practically no challenge. My 5-year old granddaughter likes it but she gets bored quickly too. It took me awhile to figure out that as I earned points (not sure how they got earned but...) I could cash them in for the next level. That moves me from all white interface to one with a little bit more color. They advertise with photos of gorgeous multi-color blocks (which I confess attracted me in the first place) but I have no idea why I don’t have access to those colors. I think I have to keep fighting tedium through the no-color stages until I earn enough points for a more interesting interface. However I just can’t fight through the boredom. I even paid for the ad-free version. Money down the drain. Now, however, it seems to be a moot point. The app only quivers spasmodically when I open in. Yes I’ve deleted and reinstalled the app. Yes I’ve done a hard reset on my phone. It just doesn’t work anymore. But all things considered, it’s not a great loss. Won’t work on the iPad either
Developed by the Good Job Games.
Color Hole 3D has 257 189 user reviews.
Color Hole 3D has an average rating of 4.6.
The latest version of Color Hole 3D (1.2.9) was released on Dec 02, 2019.
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Once again, your newest
addiction comes in 3D!
Very easy to play, too hard to master
Clear the board & do not pull other Colors in, that is it!
100+ Levels of limitless fun!
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