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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. <br><br>For the first time in your pocket:<br><br>• Dancing Stardust<br>• Frantic Swarms<br>• … and Neutrino Flowers<br><br>In a breathtaking tale about attraction, interaction, and transformation.<br><br>Also starring:<br><br>• Particle Hunters<br>• Glowing Baitballs<br>• Firecracker Bouquets<br>• Living Walls<br>• Fountains of Light<br>• Supergravity Shepherds<br>• … and many more!<br><br>*** Please note ***<br>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.
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This game is perfect for moments when you want to relax and occupy your mind with something gently stimulating and both visually arresting *and* restful. The colors and and shapes are delicately beautiful and could be primordial stardust on a massive scale, or nanoparticles or the building blocks of cells on a micro level. Either way, the game setting feels like a time before the earth was created and life began. The puzzles are fairly simple and rarely involve more than 2-3 steps (at least up to level 36, as far as I’ve played), but this game doesn’t seem intended for people looking for a mental workout—this is something to play when you’re looking to wind down. There is no scoring and no timer, and you’re free to “fingerpaint” in the particles as long as you’d like before solving the puzzle—just double-tap the screen to reset the entire stage, or double-tap on a type of particle to make that specific type reset.
There are 50 levels to this game. Each increasing in difficulty as you progress. I was able to solve all the puzzles in a couple of hours, obviously I did not have much to do today, but it was a great way to spend the time. I found most of the puzzles quite challenging. I got lost in this game and was a little saddened when it ended. The developers ask, at the end, if you would like to be notified when new levels are released. I’m looking forward to the new levels... please make them soon!! After you answer the question about being notified, the game starts over and if you are like me, you may not remember how you solved some of the more difficult ones, so the fun starts all over!! Good thing I’m between projects at the moment 😳
I downloaded this for something to play while winding down in the evening. It is close to perfect for that. The UI is extremely minimalistic and smooth. The graphics are beyond mesmerizing. The reason for the 4 star rating: as beautiful as a minimal UI is, it would be nice to be able to go to one screen and select any level instead of going forward or back one at a time. Also, (and I’ll be contacting them to see if this is a bug) the game keeps my screen at 100% brightness and will not let me dim it at all. Since I play in the evening this is more light than I’d like and the option to keep my screen dim would be very good. Last note: a free play, zen, or sandbox mode where you could just push around the lights freely would make this app amazing. Making your own puzzles in it (a la Kami 2) would skyrocket it to the best app ever.
I love the game itself. The graphics are soothing yet not to much to where my phone starts lagging so thank you for that. People have trouble with the blue backgrounds but that’s ok because you can just turn on night shift and it makes them a purple. I love the last 55 cause the bass when the little thing goes in the circle it makes a big boom and I like it. The only reason I’m giving this 4 ⭐️ is because I kinda got disappointed when I found out there’s only 55 levels. Please make an update with more levels not a new game that costs another $5 with 75 new levels. Also the brightness thing is kinda creepy but thanks for making a new way to adjust it. Waiting for those levels tho. I reeeee when I found out just 55 xD. Thanks!
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.
Developed by kunabi brother GmbH.
FROST is ranking in Games & Adventure & Puzzle & Entertainment
Last update was at Dec 21, 2018and the current version is 1.0.2.
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FROST have a 14 044a user reviews.
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