Clear the board. Pay what you want. Okay?
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Ratings and Reviews
Complex, creative, interactive,smart
This game not only is fun to play but when your playing you can see that the person son who made it new what they were doing they made it complex by adding the light/dark colors into it making it simple but complex. Making this game the way they did letting you play a certain amount of levels to see how you think the game should be rated is creative. As I was saying they let you interact to see how you would make the games price based on your experience and sure you may say they're just doing this for the money and they may be but they include the $0.00 option at the end. For a free game they put a lot of time and effort into this game so putting a question of how much you would pay for the game at the end with a $0.00 option is smart it shows that they are trying to make money in a way that tells the player hey help us rate this game by paying us what you think is fair for the quality of the game but showing you there not greedy by adding $0.00 pay option. This is my review on this game.
My favorite puzzle game
With the millions of candy crush copies, and complicated puzzle games, "Okay ?" takes a new approach. This game is deceptively simple, with a basic concept of getting rid of all white blocks, but taking it, and perfecting it. It slowly adds new concepts and gives you one or two levels to get used to them. In these intro levels you can test methods and figure out what the concepts are, and how to beat the level with them. Speaking of the levels, each level is one screen, giving you all the pieces to complete it, just not giving you the way to order the pieces. This makes each completed level giving a sense of satisfaction, and a sense of the incoming challenge. Getting stuck is a usual thing in puzzle games, but in Okay ? getting stuck only teaches you more, and helps in later levels by giving you a new way of thinking of levels. Most levels have a few ways of completing them, so replaying the game is fun and rewarding. Okay ? is an original puzzle game, and one I will be always praising. I love this game. Okay?
A Melodic Masterpice
I have seen many aiming games in my time as an avid app user. Whether it be bacon or bows or even random objects, it seems like the fodder for these kinds of games are running out.
However, when I saw this game, the title intrigued me. What, no flashy, over the top colors? No adrenaline-inducing title? No catchy description? Now THIS was different. I had seen the games of this company before, and had been impressed by their creativity and attention to detail.
Finally, the blessed time came for me to give it a whirl. I instantly fell in love with it. There was no timer, no ads on every level, nothing. Just a ball and some magical, musical squares. There was no giant GAME OVER sequence when I messed up, the squares just gently reappeared. It’s almost like they were quietly bidding me to try again.
And try again I did. Currently in the forties of the levels. Please keep making calming and challenging games like these! The world needs less of that stressful and unrewarding crap. I thank you for your obvious effort and love of coding, creators! You are the living proof that minimalist games can be extremely entertaining and engaging!
With all due respect,
- Philipp Stollenmayer
- 79.6 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Dutch, French, German, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Philipp Stollenmayer
- In-App Purchases
- Price 1 $0.99
- Price 2 $1.99
- Price 3 $2.99
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