May 19, 2012

Polymer by Whitaker Trebella

(4.7/5) Polymer for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad is a puzzle game with elements similar to a Rubik's Cube. Being absolutely horrible with Rubik's Cubes, I had a bit of trouble with Polymer. You have to link together pieces of the titular "polymers" by sliding the rows of pieces up and down. The colors confused me at first due to not reading the tutorial carefully enough, so be sure not to skip through too quickly. The music, which is one reason the game is great, is composed by Whitaker Trebella himself, who has composed soundtracks for many other games. The graphics are simple but nice, and you can purchase extra color schemes for your pieces by unlocking them or or purchasing them via in-app-purchases. The same goes for the alternate game modes. There could be a lot less IAP for a game that costs $1.99, but supporting the developer is good too. Polymer is a great game for experts (and non-experts) of Rubik's Cubes and other sliding puzzles, has great music, and is available on the app store for $1.99.

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