Totally addicting. This makes for a nice twist on an old formula. The controls are simple and intuitive, if nothing new under the sun. The game has neither too few stages nor too many in my opinion. Replay value, one might ask? High, I'd say in response, for if you beat all the stages, you can do them all all over again, starting from whichever stage you like. The art is is vivid and smooth, and very appealing despite its simplicity. The music rather repetitive, yet I personally think it is absolutely fantastic, so I'm able to past the first bit. But it would have been nice if the game cycled through 2 or 3 tracks -- I rather like this music and would rather not get too sick of it any time soon. The fact that each stage is an individual challenge and not so much another stage in the sequence as one would expect for an Arcade/Puzzle game that uses the same basic Puzzle formula is definitely a plus -- I can leave whenever I want without having to worry about my progress or score being lost or forgotten.
Anyone wanting to play a Puzzle game that's a little different but not too over-the-top in difficulty or complexity, this one's for you.