By Josh Nadelberg
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Thanks for making Connext the #1 Game in France!!!!
"Warning! Connext is the kind of casual game that can steal all of your time. You might forget about such basic human needs like food, water and basic hygiene." - www.touchgen.net
"(Connext) shows how a little ingenuity can turn old ideas into something truly new and interesting. A great casual game." - www.appspy.com
Connext is a puzzle game that challenges you to connect individual spans to form longer and longer lines and loops. Clear spans from the playfield and score really big points by closing out loops!
You can change the colors of lines already on the playfield by connecting different colored spans, but it will cost you.
Connext is simple to pick up and play and can be enjoyed by the most casual user, but also provides a truly challenging and addicting experience.
Connext was designed to let you play at your own pace. You can always return to a game later by selecting continue last game in the main menu.
Listen to your iPod while you play. Turn off the sound effects in the options menu, or enjoy Connext's ticks and whirs over your favorite songs!
What's New in Version 1.3
Spinners can now be rotated in the playfield
Improved High Score updates
Lots of play in this app
This is one of those apps that you can play over and over again. So the 1.99 price is well worth it.
Easy to learn and play. Just make the lines ( lines, curves, bends) connect. At first it was not so easy...but still fun. if you don't like it....start over again.
You can lose yourself at any time. This app is very well done.
Very fun and addicting
A fun and relaxed puzzle game, since you don't have any time limits. It doesn't take long to learn the mechanism. Once you learn it, after playing a few times, it gets harder to put down.
A relaxing, low-stress "game"... but I put that in quotes, because I'm not really sure this qualifies as a "game". Yeah, there's a scoring system, but assuming you don't get greedy and overbuild, this thing is pretty much endless. Without goals, I can imagine losing the incentive to keep going back to this. It's just infinitely more of the same.