It's alright, electric box 2 is 10 times better though. In the sequel, movement is much smoother and faster, there's a lot more pieces and a lot more levels, they added a mechanic where you can tell which pieces you're allowed to move and which are stuck to the board, and the puzzles are much harder (this took me a half hour to beat, electric box 2 took me 3 days).
This game demonstrates a clever idea for a game, but in electric box 2 its really taken to its full potential.
This was a rather interesting game. I appreciated the little things going on in this. There were always new things in every level. I always like variety. It did take me awhile to really understand how to play it, but once I did, it certainly paid off. I can see why this is so popular.
I like how there's always new ways to go across the screen. It really is a set of interesting mechanisms. It's harder than you would think. A lot of it, I think I just figure out on my own.
Of all the recent puzzle games I've played I have to say this is the most fun and creative. Some of the levels really required me to think them through and take several tries, but the game is forgiving enough that I don't get frustrated and encourages experimentation. I really enjoy it.
This game took a change in difficulty right at the last levels, but it's doable though.
I actually like this game. It's an innovative concept and the background music is unobtrusive yet still catchy. My only complaint is that I would like the light rays and wind to be visible.