Love so many aspects of the game, shows you the puzzle first, which challenges my memory, uses eye hand coordination with controls, has choices of scenery, love the way you can use the map to navigate your way, or if you're really smart you can navigate through the scenery, and each scenery gives you another game challenge. Love it, love it love it. Thanks for your hard work. Flawless
Wow! What a fun and unique game! I love you Murka! Been a huge fan for awhile and also currently play and am addicted to Scatter Slots! You guys do a wonderful job on the characters, the bonus games are fun, and I love your events (especially Scatter Diaries). Perfect
This calculator app is very unique, coming with haptic feed back for the buttons, which i have never seen before. The calculator is swift, good looking and overall well done. I have a few criticisms like not having much customization, with that being said, I have talked to the creator and he is working on implementing such features. I can also see how haptic feed back could get anoyin, so a turn of feauture would help. Overall nice app and my new main calculator :P Enjoy it!
Hi there developers of elthecs =) may i request something can you give us a next update that can shows the fps what are we playing and thanks for this iam running this game in 512 ram only but its a bit sluggish however iam very happy that in my ram device exagear read and runs it perfectly Fabulous!
Hardware buttons problem With the latest marshmallow update Google broke screen lock API that Nova and many other screen lock apps use. This necessitates work arounds like the one implemented by this app where screen inactivity time and brightness are reduced to allow the phone fall asleep quickly. Unfortunately, on phones with hardware buttons like GS6 these buttons wake the phone up in the pocket before it fully locks. A disappointment. Works as intended on Nexus 5x, but hoping Google fixes the API so I can go back to Nova's lock Marvelous
Plenty of time to think.... ....before you hit the go button....like chess, you must think moves ahead and memorize behaviors of different tiles. Does a great job of "teaching you what things do" and mistakes lead to solutions and learning. Great!