By Robert Palatnick
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Light Stopper is a game in which a red bar moves up a column filled with slots and you have to stop the red bar on the slot right next to the arrow. If you do that than you have beaten that speed and are able to go to the next speed. When you win you will also see how long it took you to complete that speed. Work your way up to max speed, the hardest speed in Light Stopper, and become a Light Stopper legend!
This game is fun and addicting!
Good Game :)
This is a great app. It is very addicting and fun to try to advance in rankings. That being said though, I do have a few gripes...
One, being that the arrow that points to the line, is a little bit off. It can sometimes look like it is pointing to the bar next to it. I would align it better.
Two, being that once you close the message saying that you failed, you expect to be able to play right away. This is not the case. There is a small ammount of time when you close the message when the app will not register your touches. This needs to be fixed in some way, even if it involves using an in-game message instead of the default app message.
Third, the system of having to remember your high score is very confusing. You should make it so the app will remember your top 10 scores on each mode, and have a high score list to showcase them in. Similarly, the rankings should be automatically awarded to you when you reach that ranking, perhaps with a small trophy icon by the side of your score?
Last and foremost, the scoring system can be abused. When you lose, your selected spot stays frozen where it is when the message pops up, but when you close the message, it continues on from where it left off, and your score resets. With the current way scoring is implemented, a trick to get a good score is to lose a couple bars before the target bar, then continue from there and hit the target bar on your first try. This hackish way of getting a high score should not be possible. When you lose, the bar should go back to the start point and the score should reset.
All in all though, this was a good app and I hope to see more from you in the future. I would recommend this app to anyone who happens to stumble upon this review. ;)
Best app ever made
- Category: Games
- Released: Sep 15, 2009
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 0.2 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Robert Palatnick
- © 2009 Aspyn Palatnick
Compatibility: Requires iOS 2.2.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.