Hyperminimal review: Simple game to play, but frustratingly hard to master
The game encourages you to play in the dark.
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Free for iOS
This game is easy on the eyes – quite literally, because of the ‘sweet, sweet darkness’, in the words of the developer. They encourage you to play in the dark. Plus, it helps if your iPhone has an amoled screen.
The game is incredibly simple to pick up and play but frustratingly hard to master. A light ball is travelling on a straight path to its goal but there are obstacles in the way.
You have to tap anywhere to slow the light ball down and release to let it continue at normal speed. You’ll fail the level if the light ball touches any of the moving obstacles.
More than anything, you will marvel at the deviousness of the obstacles. There are ads after each level and you can remove them with an in-app purchase of Rs 249.