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har•mo•ny the addictive puzzler is pleasing to the eye, music to the ears and challenging to the brain! Your objective is simple, yet deceivingly complex: rearrange the blocks according to a palette of colors that blend together in harmony. Blocks may only move horizontally or vertically and each block must use up all its moves. Sophisticated color palettes range from simple boards with 3 colors up to incredibly challenging 10-color boards. As levels increase, so does the intricacy and beauty of each color palette.
Accompanied by elegant background music and harmonized sound effects, har•mo•ny is truly a game to be experienced! Download today and see how far you can get!
• Simple, yet challenging gameplay
• Custom, aesthetically-pleasing color palettes
• Over 1000 beautiful levels
• 3-color to 10-color boards
• Natural progressive increase in level complexity
• Latter levels are insanely hard!
• All levels are 100% solvable!
• Beautiful ambient background music tracks
• Harmonized sound effects
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Play for a while and the irritations melt away.
I admit, I was frustrated at the beginning with the levels being too easy, color combinations that would make me fire an interior decorator, and the annoying reminder "you can always undo" whenever I restart the puzzle because the undo counter doesn't regenerate. But by the time I got close to 100, I found the rhythm of every fifth puzzle being more challenging very soothing. The game builds up your confidence with the easier puzzles. Instead of going from one frustratingly difficult puzzle to another, you solve the hard one, and get several easy ones to catch your breath. I even stopped being irritated by having to use up the dots, not just get the colors right. The colors are still painful at times, but the game is very relaxing to play. There is no penalty for getting it wrong (you just start over as many times as you like), no race against the clock or number of moves. I am up to 300, without in-app purchases. Thank you.
Nice but slow and easy
The game itself is very nice, I like the concept, the colors, and the music. My only problems are that the puzzles are too easy, I've made it past level 50 in well under an hour of gameplay, and with very little thought. The puzzles are finally getting a little more challenging, but there are still a lot of easy ones thrown in. The first 20 or 30 were so mind numbingly easy I almost quit playing out of boredom. Also, the gameplay itself could be a little faster, once I've got the solution in mind, I like to be able to quickly enter the solution, but it won't allow you to make another move until last move's pieces are done swapping position. It's a minor frustration. All in all, it's an okay game. Beautifully created. I think it might be better suited for my kids than for myself though, i am a more advanced puzzler, but this seems like a great way to help them further their puzzling abilities.
I highly doubt all those glowing 5 star reviews are real. (Sounds like they gave one of those fake review companies a few themes to work off of - beautiful, relaxing, etc.). The game itself is just designed to get in app purchases. There are some fun aspects, but at every decision point, the creators have prioritized anything that might lead to in app purchases over player experience. For example, I can't imagine anyone with half a brain doesn't find it frustrating to wade through tons of ridiculously easy screens with no way to choose a difficulty level. Then finally when you do get to more interesting stuff, they mix in a series of pretty easy ones with a super hard one. My guess is that people who can only just comfortably do the easier ones get hopelessly stuck on the one really hard one and pay for the "skip". It's ok, and if you work at it you can get the hard ones without a skip, but then you have to go back to a whole lot of easy ones again. Please make a real graduation of difficulty and let players choose difficulty levels. And stop with the fake reviews!
- Category: Games
- Released: Oct 10, 2013
- Version: 1.0.2
- Size: 28.5 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Nathan Dicken
- © 2013 BorderLeap, LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
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