Flip tiles and match colors to move your way through more than 125 challenging levels in this beautiful, minimalist puzzle game.
Folt is completely free to play, but some in-game items require payment.
- Minimalist graphic design
- Gameplay that is easy to learn, but hard to master
- Over 125 levels with beautiful color schemes
- Different level types with a wide range of obstacles
- Powerups to help you beat the most difficult levels
- A new zone with another 20 levels
– The game now always scrolls to the furthest completed level in the selection menu
– Lots of fixes & balancing
Ratings and Reviews
Very Clean & Worth Downloading
As a free game, this app is completely worth the download. The animation is very clean and minimal. I love the color stories present throughout the game, these are very harmonies (even when using complementary colors in certain puzzles). The swipe mechanic falls easily in gameplay; and the lack of music just makes each puzzle game much more clean, soft, and pleasant to play. Another thing is I haven't tired from playing Folt, which I easily have when puzzles become too repetitive. Folt doesn't feel repetitive or annoying to play.
Overall, this game is designed perfectly; plus, I haven't come across any bugs which I'm very surprised since it hasn't had many updates. Well done Unity! The in app purchases kind of exploit your wallet for what they offer, but to play this beautifully constructed game for free from the beginning, where those purchases won't really affect your game play because you can (if patient enough) pass the game without ever buying anything, this game is worth it. I highly recommend you download Folt.
Excellent game but consumes life
At first I was delighted. The visuals were great and the concept was original enough. I engrossed myself within this game and found myself much mor relaxed. However. What I failed to notice at first was that when you lose, you lose a life. I lost my family, and my livelihood because of this folding game! I became obsessed with folding chairs, origami, anything that could be folded! Hell I even got into yoga! What kind of looney gets into yoga? This one apparently. But eventually, my limbs began to fold on to each other, and I have now folded my very bones, I am now a cub shape with only my fingers sticking out that I might be able to still play this game, that was the most frightening 20 minutes of my life. You see your life regenerates after this seemingly short amount of time! And you go back to normal. If you have children do not play this game as I had an urge to fold everything in sight and children were not meant for bending. 4/5 would rather stay alive.
Great Game If I Could Play It For More Than 5 Minutes At A Time
Love the game but they need to just make it a $5 or $6 app for continuous play instead of their ridiculously overpriced in-app purchases. I refused to buy "perks" from their store and hardly played for almost six months because I was stuck on a level. I tried a lot for a couple of weeks and then only played once or twice a week for about six months after that. Finally beat it out of sheer chance the other day and I'm reminded how much I love the game but hate the way it's set up. I'd have no problem paying to just be able to keep playing without having to recharge each of my four lives, one at a time, every 25 minutes. And I have a feeling it's only going to get worse the further I get. Other than all that crap, the game itself is awesome.
- Daniel Lutz
- 36.4 MB
- Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, French, German
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Daniel Lutz
- In-App Purchases
- Refill lives $0.99
- Set of Color Skips $0.99
- Set of Bombs $1.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.