Childish, but fun.
This one really got my mind going. It was a simple concept, but highly addictive. The first time the spider appeared on the screen it scared the crap out of me. The spider got very annoying at the third level. I kept having to reshuffle the level, thank you for adding that option. The music was soothing, it helped me be relaxed during the game. The graphics and animation was good, and the controls were very smooth. Overall, a good time killer. Keep up the great work!
Fun but too easy
Could you change the song every now and then? I mean, I don't mind SO much that it is a simple game. But if you are going to have a game that a 3 year old could play, at least change the crappy music every level before it becomes so repetitive that you feel your brain melting and coming out your ears.
Addictive and entertaining
This game is addictive and entertaining, but I found that I kept running out of moves too easily. I wish that there were more options available to rearrange the fruit or take back bad moves. I'd find myself 3 or 4 levels into the game, suddenly have no more moves, and then I'd lose and have to start all over again. Perhaps, even, adding a checkpoint or a save system so that one would not have to start the entire game over again after losing a level?
But not to say that the game is bad, I'm probably just bad at playing it. It probably deserves a lot more patient thought and watchfulness to make sure that I'm moving the right fruit so that I don't end up with a unwinnable situation. The only problem there, however, is that there's a time limit for the level (the setting sun) so it becomes very difficult to consider moves carefully. Is it too difficult, I wonder? I don't know. These sort of things are a delicate balance.