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SpotZim

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rated 3.30 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Puzzles - Sliding
Tags:
puzzle
logic
spot
pattern

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Aug 3, 2010 | 9:14 PM EDT

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SpotZim is a brain teaser game that challenges you to find the hidden patterns. As you find patterns that are correct, you'll be cheered on to higher and higher levels. The levels get more difficult by the number of hidden patterns and their complexity. Who will get to Level 50 first? I guess you'll just have to play to find out. Enjoy.

Reviews


xXMcCartneyXxxXMcCartneyXx

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

You're joking...

....this is just Picross!
It's alright, I guess. A few flaws. I wish you had the "x" feature on there for the boxes.



ScelScel

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

One more ad and my foot is going through your ass.

This is in no way a BAD game. It's just sloppy as all hell. The mechanics are simple, and that's good, but then I'm faced with your ads popping up every few levels. It's fucking obnoxious. I would have given an 8 or 9 for a solid little brain teaser. Then you fucked it all up with ads.

7/10, 3/5.


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Drei57Drei57

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I can't stop

It's hard, it's addicting, it has a nearly limitless number of puzzles to solve. This has everything a good puzzle game needs.



Theraiser2000Theraiser2000

Rated 2 / 5 stars

That Guy.

You know the guy right below me? his review about the ads, the timer, the game? well, i agree with EVERYTHING. great idea, good potential, poorly implemented, not enough options, i could go on. what are the odds? i also give it a 4. i actually thought these thoughts before reading the reviews too. maybe i shoudl read reviews first next time...



TomorrowCrusaderTomorrowCrusader

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Oh man.

There was a lot of promise in this game, but a number of obvious flaws. For one thing, the X option doesn't need to exist, and, starting from early levels, numerous puzzles have multiple solutions, but the game doesn't check for or recognize them, which severely limited the enjoyment I got out of the game.

What really killed me, though, was when an ad that told me I had to wait for a minimum of 10 seconds before I could skip it appeared at the beginning of a level and, once it was over, had added the time I had to wait to the in-game timer. I mean, the ad was bad in itself, but at least have the game pause itself or something until the player gets control of the screen back.

All in all, this game is a simple, almost lazy, idea, implemented poorly, with nothing to make the player want to keep going, and numerous obvious and user-unfriendly flaws that make it nowhere near any fun to play. Skip this game and move to the next one.