Lines's review

    Published: 2012-02-09, by Ana Gracia.

    Move the ball wherever it's possible and wait for the others to appear

    • A nice twist
    • Entertaining, addictive
    • Graphics could be improved

    "An original twist, Lines!"

    Here it comes Lines, a classic puzzle game where you need to create lines of 5 or more balls, depending on the level, of the same color. The player moves a ball each turn and it can only be moved if there's a set path between the original position and the desired one. If the player creates a line and the balls are removes, he can try to move again, otherwise three more balls will be added until the board is flooded and no further moves can be done.

    There are four difficulty levels: Easy, where you can view the three next colors to appear and their positions; Medium, in which you don't know where the balls are set to appear; Hard, which doesn't show anything and Extreme, which adds a limit of 30 seconds for each turn.

    Although it can seem like a typical bubble puzzle game, it's actually more original than that, a different way of playing the popular bubble game. It's nice to be able to move the balls further than the nearest positions and it also adds the feature of knowing which balls are going to be added and where. has developed Lines and other popular games like Cut'n'roll which you can't miss. Lines is a great casual game for fans of bubble games that are looking for something a bit different: great entertainment.

    Tags: es , lines 3.2.2 , lines

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    by Anna , Appszoom

    Feb 09, 2012


    Lines - A classic connect four (and five) game where your goal is to clear the board by
    creating lines of four or more balls (five or more for advanced players) of the same color.

    - Four difficulty levels
    - Two skill types
    - Games are saved across devices - start one on your phone, then continue on a tablet
    - Native tablet support
    - Achievements and Leaderboards
    - History records are kept per level
    - Post to Facebook or Twitter to challenge your friends

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