Mobile game usability review of Big Black Dot

Big Black Dot is a puzzle game in which the player needs to move similar dots on top of each other for them to grow within the available space on a grid. After each turn, the game adds a new dot until no spaces are empty and no moves are left.

Tested on Android, One+

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A game usability review of Color Puzzle

Color Puzzle is a fun little puzzle game that requires the player to paint targets in a specific color. To do this, the player can drag colors from a source to a destination, following a path among predefined possibilities. When two different colors meet, they blend and form a new color. When a blended color meets another, they erase each other.

Tested on Android / Samsung Galaxy S3

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A game usability review of Paperama

Screenshot_2015-02-07-11-18-37Paperama is a relaxing puzzle game in which the player has to fold a sheet of paper to shape it into a target pattern. To fold the paper, the player simply has to drag his finger precisely over the screen into the desired direction.

 

Tested on Android / Samsung Galaxy S3

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A game usability review of Strata

Screenshot_2015-02-10-00-39-25Strata is a game in which the player has to wave ribbons together to create a pattern. His goal is to use ribbons of different colors at the right time and spot, in order to complete a target visual.

Tested on Android / Asus Transformer Tab

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A game usability review of Catch the Dot

01_EmoticonsHDcomCatch the Dot is a small game in which the player needs to circle a blue dot by placing yellow dots on a grid. Each time, the blue dot will move one step. The game is lost if the blue dot reaches the grids’ edge. The game is won when the dot is completely circled.

Tested on Android / Samsung Galaxy S3

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A game usability review of Broken Brush

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Broken brush is your typical find the differences game with that additional polish that makes it nice. A lot of attention has been given to usability and that shows in terms of user experience.

 

Tested on Android / Samsung Galaxy S3

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A game usability review of The Tower

Screenshot_2015-02-10-00-20-46The Tower is a game is which the player has to build a tower by placing building parts right on top of each other. The more accurately the building is placed above the previous piece, the higher the tower can get.

Tested on Android / Asus Transformer Tab

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A game usability review of Auralux

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Auralux is a smart kind of strategy game in which the player controls planets. Planets generate particles which revolve around the planet. They can be used to conquer new empty planets or invade planets controlled by an AI. The goal of the game is to control all the planets and get rid of all AIs.

Tested on Android / Samsung Galaxy S3

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