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I love the challenge and while some might complain about paying a few bucks here and there, I’d like to point out that I have been playing for 2 months off $2. Well worth not have ads. My only complaint is that it does not override the phones sleep timer. I’m sitting on the toilet trying to figure out the next step and boom... phone goes dim. Not a big deal but annoying. Please fix for 5th star. Also, please allow me to attempt a different level without losing out on the tickets used. I have absolutely no issues with cost of tickets otherwise
I want to love this game. As a math nerd, I love the puzzles, the different levels of difficulty, and even “expert” level (though I wish it wasn’t the same pattern as the standard level. Cmon folks, mix that up...don’t be lazy programmers!). The reason I am deleting this game, however, is because the ticket system MAKES you have to purchase subscriptions or tickets in order to continue playing. Sure, there are ads that garner 2 tickets each, but there are only a few times where you are even allowed to watch ads. I would rather be given a choice to watch ads after every three levels or purchase the game for $4.99. I can live with that. Paying $3.99 per month, or paying $3.99 for 100 tickets at a time is not what I consider micro transactions. That adds up, and I refuse to go that route. After response (thank you for responding), I must answer. As I stated above, you can watch video ads, but even they cut off after three or four times. Then you are left with “pay up” or don’t play. I chose not to play.
New thoughts: After looking into the subscription model, I am actually totally ok with the pricing. $35 a year for great puzzles. I’m in. Love this game in terms of the puzzle type. I think it’s really unique and I have a lot of fun trying to solve them. But the gameplay flow gets interrupted with the ticket system. You’ll be playing and having a good time, and then boom, you need to wait 10 hours (or whatever the exact number is). I want to spend money on this game to support the developers but I’d much rather have the option to pay like $10-20 and get rid of the ticket roadblock entirely. Love the puzzle, not the game structure. Keep up the work and maybe consider adding a one time purchase option.
Difficulty Level 6 + Expert Mode is the way to go. Thought the puzzles might be getting impossible with max difficulty, but you just gotta learn the tricks. Felt awesome going back to raise my level for puzzles I did before learning how to win every time (so far)! A one-time purchase would be great, but the current ticket system totally works for me. Also would be cool to have the ability to turn off the timer and move counter. Everything else about the game is so chill, it should let me have my "zen mode" while playing the actual puzzle. (Btw, the timer might loop back to zero after 60 min...? I had a bit of a struggle, lol.) Love the visuals, but my one minor gripe would be that the theme feels kinda scattered. Selection screen backgrounds are cool, but the layout of the puzzle buttons feels arbitrary (can't help thinking they're mailboxes connected by pipes...?). Also kinda weird that the puzzles are suddenly themed to look like notebook paper -- though, incidentally, I love the paper-tearing sequence at the end. Also, great SFX throughout. Anyway, awesome stuff!!! Love this game!!!
5 Star game, 1 star pricing model. I really like this game. It’s challenging and adaptable to many different skill levels. What I don’t like is the pay to play model when it’s advertised as a free game. Yea, developers, I know I can watch an ad video once a week or so for three free tickets, but after 5 minutes of play I’m back to zero tickets and have to wait several more days or a week to be able to play again. The videos are more often not available than they are. You’re gonna lose customers this way. People who play these kind of games expect tickets to be resupplied over time, even if it’s a small amount. I’ll give it a little longer to see if the situation improves, but this game probably won’t stay on my phone much longer. Too bad.
Developed by Huckleberry BV.
Pluszle: Brain Logic Game is ranking in Games & Board & Puzzle
Last update was at Jun 25, 2019and the current version is 1.5.0.
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Pluszle: Brain Logic Game have a 659a user reviews.
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