Stack up the blocks as high as you can!
◉ Play in Augmented Reality anywhere
◉ Simple & Beautiful graphics designed
◉ Compete for the best score in the world
3 new Chinese themed skins to celebrate the year of the dog!
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I like the variety themes and how a couple make different sound effects. I like how detailed and well-designed the themes are, they make playing extra enjoyable. It’s very satisfying/aesthetically pleasing, especially the ombré colors. I like the “Missions” and how there’s not too many ads in the free version. (I didn’t get make in app purchases) I feel like the rate of currency is appropriate and not unfair. I also appreciate how it has milestones where the speed slows down, so even at a higher level it is still reasonable. It’s addicting and fun. Will be on the lookout for new themes and updates!
“No ads” is well worth it
The “No ads” in-app purchase, for a grand total of $2, is well worth it, based on some of the silly hate this app is getting. I bought it off the bat, given that this is a small thank-you to the developer, and the app is delightful. It’s simple, beautifully made, and a good way to focus on a single task. Any app working with ARKit has some challenges, given ARKit’s infancy, so I appreciate that you don’t have to actually play in AR if you don’t want to.
So, if you don’t want ads, then support the developers and shell out less than a latte for the IAP. This is a developer’s livelihood.
Frustrating Ad Placement and Buggy AR
tl;dr: save your money and your time, avoid this game
A new round starts off with a tap anywhere on the screen (that isn’t the bottom row of buttons or ads), and throughout the game you tap the screen anywhere to place blocks. If you lose, every so often a full screen ad will just appear, often as you’re still reacting to the game and the loss isn’t immediately available, causing you to tap a full screen ad and start loading some App Store page prompting you to download the app.
This method of ad displaying is meant to do nothing more than cause inconvenience for the layer that feels they made a mistake while driving up ad clicks for the developer.
On top of this, there’s an ad on the bottom of the game at all times—less intrusive, maybe annoying enough to spend money on this little-more-than-a-time-sink app, but coupled with the highly intrusive, full screen ad, I’d recommend never installing in the first place.
The advertised AR just doesn’t work well, either. It took forever to register a surface and load in great lighting on a surface I used other apps, then froze and crash and won’t work any other time.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.