By Marco Siino
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70% OFF - ONLY FOR FEW HOURS! - Buy Now! Relax your Body & Mind with Zen!
-- Zen! has won the "Apps of the Week" Award from the prestigious Macworld.it Magazine! --
Tilt your iPad to move the balls and avoid the obstacles, Relax your Body and Mind and focus your attention on your movements!
Zen! is the new relaxing oriental-themed game on the App Store, a virtual wooden tablet that will help you Relax your Body and Mind.
On Zen! you have to tilt your iPad to move the colored balls and channel them into the holes with the same color, avoiding the obstacles. It may seems simple, but you need calm, concentration and awareness in the movements!
A clean graphic design and the relaxing music tracks will help you focus your concentration through your gaming experience.
* AMAZING GRAPHIC DESIGN: Clean, oriental themed graphic design
* RELAXING MUSIC TRACKS
* ANTI-STRESS GAMEPLAY: don't worry about loosing lives or about countdown timers. Zen! is a game based on relaxation and concentration.
* NEW LEVELS: new periodic updates will bring new levels
Go to the Zen!'s Facebook page and click "I like it" to be updated about all the new updates and news about Zen!: www.facebook.com/FartForIpad
What's New in Version 1.1.1
Minor fixes and improvements
Not bad but has some problems
At level 5 when the gray ball touches one of the lasers, the game ends, but when the same thing happens at level 7, the game goes on as if nothing happened.
Also, can you get rid of the requirement to touch start everytime after having already touched retry.
Crashing on New iPad.
Overall I really like this challenging game, but it keeps crashing on my New iPad causing me to restart a difficult level when I'm nearly finished. Otherwise would give it 5 stars.
ok but noisy
Supposed to be relaxing but annoying "chittering" noise of the balls ruins the game for me. Music is psuedo japanese and not that great and even if you turn off the music there's no way to turn off the ball noise or the little tune that plays at the end of a round. Cute idea but needs refinement.