Published by Tap Anywhere
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Having stress? Electrify your creativity and get your lasers flowing! Laser Overload is the new game from the creators of Connect. Perfect to relieve your daily stress and release your genius potential. A simple but amazing looking Puzzle where connecting laser beams creates beautiful pattern. It really makes the time fly. The goal is to connect energy sources with batteries to recharge them. How to play Rotate mirrors and use energy teleports to keep the grid functional. We've included a quick and easy tutorial to get you started. Features - Redefined Puzzle mechanic. You have never played something like this before. - More than 300 levels waiting for you. - Simple, smart and fun puzzles. - Collect stars without breaking the grid for additional challange. - Simple, clean yet amazing looking. - No battery drainer. No internet connection required. Play on every plane flight or on the subway. - You do not need any knowledge about electricity or power grids in order to enjoy this game. :-) The nature of the game is quite meditative, it flexes the player's mind and electrifies his thoughts. Are you able to get all the stars? Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tapanywhere Twitter: @TapAnywhere Send us your suggestions and feedback as we are always looking to add new special levels and features at firstname.lastname@example.org
As you continue on with the game the levels stay the same difficulty. Not very challenging. Too many ads. Seems if we watch a bunch then we are allowed to play a quick level. 30 second ads to 10 seconds of play.
Far far far too many ads on f2p. I can understand having a few, but running into one every level is too much.
I like playing this game, and it’s been fun. However, today when I opened up the app there was a top banner app that nearly covered the options button, and I could barely see how many coins I had or how many stars I needed to collect. I’m not sure who ok’d that decision. It was a poor one.
The games pacing is terrible. After playing through a dozen levels I’m still not engaged because the levels are still dumbed down. The worst part is the ads. I do expect them and that’s fine, but at the end of a level it shows you can watch an ad for a spin for in-game currency(I don’t really know what the currency is for, but whatever) and the option to continue to the next level. The continue option doesn’t show any indication of an ad, yet it will actually still play one, and not a short one either, a long one with no ability to skip. Just... spare yourself and don’t touch this one, you probably won’t have any real fun with it.
The game loaded in to an ad as soon as I opened it the first time. Read other reviews about ads and deleted without playing once.
Why would you ruin a perfectly good game with constant 30 second un skippable ads, absolutely sucks.
Un super jeu pas trop compliqué, ma foi génial. Par contre, plus on avance dans le jeu, plus les niveaux sont (ou semblent) redondant. Ajouter des nouvelles fonctionnalités au fur et à mesure ne serait pas de trop.
I love it It is sooooooo addictive
First off, I have to say this is a fantastically made game. The ambiance. The art style. It’s just *so cool!* It’s also very calming. It’s a great game to play if you want to kill time, it’s simple but also just challenging enough to make it fun. It’s really well made, kudos to the devs. However! I just have to say to said devs: *please, please, p l e a s e* stop playing ads after every level. I’d absolutely let ads play to get coins, or to upgrade my factory, because I have a goal to accomplish with those. TLDR!!! Place ads strategically instead of having them play after every level. I’m more than willing to watch an ad for extra coins, to help my journey along, but really I just want to play your game! Not watch ads after every level, and ruining the experience for me.
Way too many ads
Cute game. Really like it. But WAYYYYYY TOOOOO much publicity.