App Store Best of 2015!
Your finger has never been so sharp! Cut with skill to complete the 120 ingenious physics levels of Super Sharp and become a cut master!
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There’s just something incredibly elegant about Super Sharp’s minimalist puzzles. With a single swipe, you can cut through platforms, ropes, and obstacles, sending the pieces careening offscreen. Causing them to fall in just the right manner is the only way to complete each of the crisp, physics-based stages. As in 1Button's Mr Jump, the later levels require some serious trial and error, presenting you with uncuttable pendulums, rolling spheres, and gravity-defying platforms. But the smart gameplay makes every puzzle a delight.
This is a must have...
So from only playing this game for five minutes, I have to say I love this game! I will not go on the whole review just talking about how much I love it though. This game is for the casual player who has time to spare. The levels are simple, but somehow very rewarding. You do not have to do the puzzle in a certain number of cuts, though most of the time there is only the one way to cut it, which makes the game non-stressful. Like other reviews have stated, it's a great game to do while you are waiting for something. So, to sum it all up, if you like games that are simple, rewarding, non-stressful (in my opinion) and good to do while sitting on the couch or waiting for something, this is definitely the game for you.
I started out liking this pretty well but soon got annoyed. First off, there was nothing to let you know you had to complete the puzzles in such a way that you earned a star. I saw checks when I finished some puzzles and thought that was good, then saw a red star and thought I'd somehow done something wrong. It wasn't until I reached the end of the pack that I figured out I needed red stars on a certain number of puzzles to go further. This was also not the first puzzle pack so I'd gone quite a way without realizing. Then, with no instructions to clue me in, I realized/figured out that you needed to complete the puzzle within a certain number of "cuts" to get the red star. Okay, fine. If I'd known that from the start, I'd have been more careful. I appreciate the thought that went into these puzzles but, the further I go in the game, the more I find that I'm just playing around trying to make the cut just to the precise point where the right percentage of the object will fall/fly/whatever at just the right angle, etc. It is more nitpicking than puzzle solving. I'm at the point where I'm ready to delete because the fun-factor is gone (and I'm someone that usually can't put down a physics puzzler).
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- 15.4 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- © 1Button 2015
- In-App Purchases
- Key $0.99
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