Not only an accomplished reflex puzzle for all ages, but a sophisticated fusion of art and design, best enjoyed on the more generous screen of the iPad.
A solid premise built upon with some promising moments of puzzling, but with enough oversights to keep this from being great.
Engaging, colourful puzzling that requires lateral thinking – we only wish it came in a serving larger than a canapé.
Having simple puzzles with dextrously tricky solutions falls between two audiences – but think of it as Cat Golf and it nearly works.
Once again, IAP proves to be the Nemesis of flowing game design. Coaster Crazy’s long waits certainly don’t mean Oblivion, but they hold back what is otherwise a clever, fun and very different kind of puzzler.
Playing Scrabble alone in the dark may be miserable in real life, but QatQi makes it a smart and satisfying endeavor.
Far too difficult at times, but also far too charming, entertaining and original for that to matter too much.
A mirror image of a classic game turns out to be just as good as the original.