"Ganz schön clever" is a fast but smart dice game for clever players of all ages.
The dice want to be chosen quite clever here. Cause good choices can lead to tricky chain reactions to fill more than one field at a time. Each selected dice entered in the color-matched area which will provide victory points at the end of the game. But beware: who is too greedy and chooses the highest dice early, loses valuable moves.
Collect achievements for special performances!
Place in the highscore list!
Hunt the highscore and compete against the worldwide community!
The new hit from the "klein & fein" series.
Nominated for Connoisseur's Game of the Year
We have made the following improvements for you:
-The sound settings are saved now
-Improvement of the handling of playing your own music during the game
-Better explanation of how to use an account on multiple devices
-Improvements in the transmission of match results in the event of disconnection
-Better explanation texts for the Achievements
Ratings and Reviews
I hate that this name is so clever!
I almost never write app reviews but I really felt one was warranted here. Not only is this game really darned clever, it makes you feel really clever as you play it and learn to chain together combos and reach ever higher scores. However, while the app works great and plays great, it does feel rather utilitarian. Once you start a game, you can’t back out it to check the rules, or achievements, or scores, etc. until you finish that game. This will make the first few plays frustrating as you will be dying to check the rules to remember what the different symbols and round markers mean. Also, I echo the sentiment of other reviewers that mentioned how nice it would be to see a list of my own high scores and not just the top 50 in the world. Also, a pass and play mode would be great!
I’m not a huge fan of abstract games, but I have the physical game of this and it is quite addictive. The app is a good implementation of the solo game but it lacks a lot, specifically:
1) No stats, not even the basic of displaying your high score. This is a game that cries out for stats such as your average score, average/high score in each color, and many others. 2) Really there needs to be implementation of multiplayer, both local and online. Certainly the fun of chucking dice will not be replaced by the app, but dispensing with the physical sheets by using the app would be convenient. It seems that this was rushed out the door before it was finished to get some cash in. I hope the developer continues to improve the app, which certainly shows promise so far.
Does not play well with others
This app has a few problems. As other reviews have mentioned, there is no pass-and-play, there are no local high scores. But what bothers me the most is that the app doesn’t use the IOS sound APIs correctly. GSC behaves like it’s a music player instead of a normal app, therefore it doesn’t abide by the system mute feature correctly. And while the app has it’s own mute switch, it doesn’t remember its own settings.
It shouldn’t take much effort to fix this problem, so why is it still an issue? If you have an expectation for quality apps, skip this for now.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.