Surely Fallin Love will have a big promotion for Valentine's Day, however an update was released recently, featuring new levels and significantly improved performance on older devices, so it's worth talking about it now.
Chestnut Games should be considered an action game: a platformer, where the usual ability to jump has been replaced by tilt mechanics. However, the action elements are minimal, and it plays more like a puzzle game.
Your goal in every level is to collect a costume (in this case, the astronaut suit in the top right), and reach the exit. Optionally, you can try to collect all three hearts.
You might wonder why you should be collecting costumes. The reason, sadly, is unrequited love. You're trying to impress a girl, but every time you approach her in your new disguise, she comes up with a new desire. This means that every level has a different costume. That's a really nice touch.
The fourth world added in the recent update doesn't seem to introduce new elements, but it makes you play with blocks of different type at the same time.
If you want an extra challenge, there's an additional "Hardcore" world which I think can only be unlocked with an in-app purchase. It contains levels which are definitely harder than the rest of the game. The in-app purchase also unlocks all levels so you can play them in any order.
The graphics are cute and polished, with a very peculiar style which I really like. The're also a catchy background music which however might feel too repetitive after a while.
I would have recommended this game anyway, but currently it's also free, so there's really no reason not to get it.
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