Emre Dagli’s Point to Point is an app that promises to challenge your brain through its unique puzzles. Available for free through the iTunes Store, Point to Point is sure to please puzzle-seekers of all ages.
Point to Point is presented as being a puzzle app, similar in concept to “Tangled.”
Players in this game are given the challenge of making connections between points on the screen; however, all connections must be made without intersecting any other lines, and each dot must have a certain number of connections in order to complete a level.
I was particularly impressed with how the number of allowed connections displayed on a point would update itself throughout the game as those connections were gradually used up.
As an added twist to the app, some of the points within the game are movable, allowing players to become even more creative in their problem-solving techniques.
As a whole, I greatly appreciated Point to Point’s levels; although they started out fairly simply, the latter levels in the game were definitely appropriately challenging for adults and children alike.
Point to Point is a fun app based on a simple concept, and this makes it easy for anyone who loves puzzles to enjoy playing it.
Appearance and Layout:
No complaints can really be made about Point to Point’s layout or appearance.
The game is designed to be bright and cheerful, without being overly crowded at any one point. Getting back to the “home” screen of the app is easy to accomplish, as is finding direction for how to play the game in the first place.
I appreciated the directions automatically provided prior to entering any new level that introduced any new twists to the basic concept of the game; these instructions flowed smoothly and did not unnecessarily interrupt game play at all.
Regarding the appearance of Point to Point, I felt that that creator’s color scheme for the app was perfectly appropriate.
I’m also happy to report that Point to Point’s brightly colored graphics still fall under the “cheery” category instead of the “obnoxiously bright” alternative.
Point to Point is a free game, but for the quality of the app, I would say that it would be rated at a “good value” even if it did have a nominal fee.
The app’s graphics are fun and bright and the concept is simple enough to understand and yet challenging enough to prove entertaining. Additionally, the number of levels is perfect for staying entertained for a good deal of time.
Point to Point iPhone app requires iOS 5.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this review.
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