By Michael Busheikin
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Over 1.5 million downloads!!
"Noodles is a game you need to have in your life." - Gamezebo
Chosen as an App Store Free App of the Week, and a Starbucks Pick of the Week.
Looking for a relaxing, strategic and addictive puzzle? Find your Zen and become one with Noodles! Tap to spin and connect all the noodle pieces – once you solve a puzzle, figure out the strategy and beat your own score to get FIVE STARS!
Sound easy? It might be in the first few levels, but as you progress try connecting a giant hexagon Noodle ... puzzles get more complex as more sides are added. What are you going to do then?
*** Find out why Noodles! has 4.5 stars in every country!***
And now, some words from some happy Noodlers:
“Damn this game for being awesome and super addictive”
– User Review by Miayadu
“Pretty graphics, Zen-like sounds, you will get hooked and you won't mind!”
– User Review by WalnutCake
• Thousands of addicting puzzles, all available immediately. No unlocks, annoying tricks or bags of diamonds to buy
• Facebook and Twitter enabled to share your Noodles success
• Game progress status tells you how far you have to go
• Increasing difficulty makes you feel smarter when you are done
Noodles comes to you from the bumbling genius of Lummox Labs
What's New in Version 1.7
Added German translation, fixed the Get Started background not showing fully, and added a small button to check out Lummox's new game Sushi Go!
Easy to learn, hard to stop!
Great puzzle game! I love playing a nice relaxed game without timers or limits to how many you can play within a specific time without buying something. The game play is easy to pick up, the graphics are beautifully clean, the sound effects are subtle and pleasing, and there are thousands of puzzles! Very addicting and I can rarely play just one puzzle (I'm nearly 2800 puzzles gone now!)!
Some reviewers complain about the lack of an undo button but I don't find that an issue. The scoring system allows for extra moves within each diamond award level. I.e. The fewest possible moves may be 50 but if you finish the puzzles in, say 60 moves, you're still awarded 5 diamonds. From my experience, you can make two, maybe three (maybe even more depending in the level), mistakes forcing you to rotate a hexagon all the way around again, and still get 5 diamonds. There have been quite a few times that I've thought I'd have to replay a level because I was going too fast and made so many errors but still got 5 diamonds in the end. It's okay to make mistakes, folks! Noodles is forgiving and loves you anyway 😉.
Very well done game! Definitely one of my go-to games!
You'll Enjoy it
I've completed 2,478 levels…that should be enough to tell you how much i love this game. It's prefect for when you have a few minutes to spare, for instance when you're commuting, waiting for a microwave dish, tv commercial, waiting for a friend to text back, in between classes, there are many different times for when it's great to play. There are only 2 things about this game which I dislike: first it's missing iCloud synchronization between devices (at least since the last time i tried to play on my iPad) and second being the lack of an undo button—only because there have been many times when i have accidentally pressed upon a hexagon or square which i hadn't meant to press (especially in the dense levels). Otherwise this is my favorite game, the one game that i actually play.
My new Go To
I've had this game for a month or so now and it is, without a doubt, my 'go to' game. I like playing all type of games and this one fills a niche. If you like basic puzzle solving like Minesweeper or Sudoku, give this a try. If you liked that old colored pipe game on old Windows versions, this is your updated version with a lot more polished design cues.
The only drawback I can see is that when you get to the larger grids, the tiles are smaller (makes perfect sense until they can figure out how to make my screen size grow). That results in accidentally tapping the wrong tiles every once in awhile. This isn't a developer gripe, this is a "I should play this on the iPad more and not on the iPhone" gripe.
Kudos to the developers for reinventing a classic that has killed off my dependency on Sudoku for filling idle hands during idle moments. This one will be on my devices for foreseeable years into the future.
Also, kudos to the developers for inserting their in-app advertisement for another one of their games in the least intrusive and most classy way I have come across so far.
This should be a classic.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Sep 13, 2016
- Version: 1.7
- Size: 30.7 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Seller: Michael Busheikin
- © Lummox Labs, 2015
Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.