The idea is indeed pretty simple. You have a grid of shapes. Draw paths that go over all the identical shapes, starting and ending over the highlighted ones.
Finally, two colors are boring, so we can have three.
Update: it does start scrolling :-)
Unfortunately this isn't the case, so finding a solution will be more a matter of intuition or trial and error than pure logic.
Additionally to unlocking new puzzle sets, you should also be able to unlock new palettes. I haven't gotten that far yet, however.
Update: I got that far, and there are actually at least 12 palettes, requiring to solve an increasing number of packs.
If the built-in packs aren't enough, the game will also randomly generate two new packs every day.
Sound is very atmospheric, with tunes procedurally generated as you draw the path, and lots of reverb.
I have to note how abysmally long the loading time is on my 4th gen iPod. It takes well over a minute to get past the splash screen. This is unacceptable and will hopefully be fixed in a future update.
Currently the price is $2.99, which is quite expensive compared to most of the other puzzle apps. It's not that you aren't getting your money's worth, because there's lots of content plus the daily random packs, but it's essentially more of the same with no changes to gameplay, so it could get boring after a while.
Get it now if you are fond of this kind of path drawing mechanics, otherwise I'd wait for a price drop and, most importantly, a fix to the loading issue.
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