"A beautiful and mesmerizing piece of interactive art and physics simulation, Levers will calm you while it challenges you to keep everything it throws as you in delicate balance."
The classic balancing game from Vectorpark, now for iPhone and iPad.
The goal of Levers is simple: keep all the objects out of the water...
- Balance the hangers and objects...
- Tilt your phone to help keep them dry...
- Some objects interact with each other, so examine each one closely...
- You'll run out of hooks, the game can still be won...
Try the free flash version at http://leversgame.com.
Restores iOS 8 compatibility.
Ratings and Reviews
I just say it’s the best game
A body of water, and a scale, and you've got to balance a never-ending stream of objects without anything staying in the water. Or, at least I think it's neverending... I haven't been able to finish it, but I'm not complaining.
Bowling balls, birdhouses, snowmen, and even burning-hot asteroids all have to be hung up on the scale. Most of the objects are stationary weights, but there's a few secrets here or there to keep things interesting (hmm... that bucket of water has a spigot... wonder if I can use that). A collection of constantly-moving birds only adds to the madness. In addition to a keen sense of balance, you can tilt the phone to try and keep things above water.
It's certainly not *perfect,* but if you're a fan of quirky puzzle games, you'll get a kick out of this. Certainly worth a buck.
Great game with fatal flaws
The idea for this game is both fun and challenging. The graphics are smooth and polished.
My problem lies with two major issues. Lack of instructions or any kind of help whatsoever is sort of frustrating. Also, the lack of any kind of save feature is a severe deterrant. To be forced to start at the very beginning every single time you open the application is enough to make me not want to play at all. Because of that I don't feel like I'm making any progress and I am just wasting time repeating things I've already figured out.
Aside from those couple of things that could be easily added, I think this should be developed into a game that has several levels and items to work your way through. The concept and excecution are certainly good enough.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.