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    Kinetics: pretty puzzler without much grit

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    On first looks, Kinetics from Evro Studio (free, paid level pack IAPs) should have been exactly the kind of puzzler game I love. It consists of a series of challenge packs you work through by connecting colored boxes to each other. Gameplay includes set move counts, no-pass boxes, and other obstacles you must surmount to progress.

    Unfortunately, despite excellent UI design, I found the game play dull and unremarkable. The puzzles were tedious instead of fun. It felt more like filling out tax forms than entertainment.

    Fortunately, the core game is free, enabling you to give it a try and see if it tickles your interest. It didn't do much for me.

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