beautiful images, not too difficult
beautiful images, not too difficult
Needs more levels!!!
This is the most beautiful game I have played on a phone, it’s challenging, beautiful, and I want more. It’s worth the price a hundred times over. This game brings you peace at the end of a tough day. Play it, share it. This is what mobile games are meant to be.
The game is really fun, the detail in the colors is great! But the game has this one annoying feature that can not be turned off, it automatically turns brightness to the max. You can try to turn it down all you want, it’s gunna max it a second later. Super annoying for most gaming situations, and flat out impossible for late night gaming.
I don’t think a game like this should charge anyone if they don’t have hardly any levels to play. Waste of money. Great game and very peaceful but not worth spending money on. I also searched for new levels expected and it doesn’t appear they have any intention of creating new levels. Would like my money back please.
That’s all there is to it. Well worth a try!
What stunning game! Relax, steep some tea, put on some headphones, and find zen in this wonderful game. I am hopeful for a sequel.
Very fun and relaxing. 55 puzzles to solve and they’re not overly hard. Can be finished in a couple of hours. Great sounds and such a joy to play. I’ll go back and do it again! Thank you!!
Holy mother of Jesus this game is so incredibly well out together and keeps amazing me!!
Sorry, but 1 star due to the game hijacking screen brightness and cranking it up to the maximum. Really not acceptable.
This is a great simple game that is sure to put you in a relaxed state. The see less iCloud sync is perfect for switching between playing on the commute to your couch at home. However the app does not support all iPad screen resolutions (especially obvious on the 12.9”). But aside from this the attention to details is great
This is a fascinating puzzle game. Relaxing and intriguing, I enjoyed each level. If you ever played with the original “Life” game, this will bring back memories. Highly recommended!
It’s a great game but a free mode to just mess around with the particles of some sort would be awesome! Not worth the money, sorry.
This game overrides the brightness controls within iOS. While I understand why the developers want a brighter screen to make it easier for folks to see little details, that level of light is way too much. As someone who has light sensitivity and keeps their brightness low (along with having Reduce White Point and Low Light accessibility modes enabled) more than half the time, this is a big usability problem. Requesting a refund from Apple as soon as possible. Developer - a warning should be placed on your description page for that behavior.
It took me a couple of hours to complete all the levels and I’m waiting for more. Perfect for when you need a few minutes to relax.
To the developers: Thank you. I’ve never played a game that calmed my mind like this. Absolutely brilliant.
It’s art as well as problem solving. Beautiful, fascinating —and addictive!
Am I missing something? I mean that I can’t seem to find out how this works because all I see are lines that you drag to a point within a circle. Nothing is like the designs you have pictured here. Otherwise it really is boring! Please help me to understand because I really do want to enjoy it! If not then it was a total waste of my hard earned $5.00! A REFUND PLEASE?!
How does a game cause you to feel relaxed and challenged at the same time? I’m not quite sure, but 25 levels in I’m feeling just that. At the end of each day I like to shut out the world before bed just the regain a bit of myself. Normally that means no games or tv. But frost has a zen-like quality that actually aids me in calming down for the evening.
I have depression and anexity, when I feel really bad I pick this up and mess around, even if I don't solve the puzzle I still feel calmer than before. This is worth more than it's cost. Thank you creators of frost.
A deceptively simple game, but quietly fascinating, gorgeous and almost meditative.
This is by far the best iOS game I’ve ever played. I love everything about it. It makes me think of subatomic particles interacting, creating the building blocks of matter or something. A few simple rudimentary rules or properties interact with each other to create awe inspiring complexity and beauty. It’s like an interactive cosmic puzzle that creates a work of art when solved. Even the sound effects are beautiful, as they create a soft musical quality as you interact with the components of this sort of swirling and eddying system. It’s absolutely genius. This game should come pre-installed on peoples devices in my opinion. My only complaint is that there is only a finite number of levels lol.
The game keeps turning up the brightness to 100%. I am not sure if this is a bug or a feature. It would be nice if Frost kept the brightness where it was so I could play it at night or not worry about my battery draining.
Love the game. Very stimulating. Needs more levels. Game ends after level 55.
This is a truly unique stress reliever.
Beautifully-designed, dynamic, low-stress (soothing, even) puzzle game. Visually very interesting and encourages curiosity and tinkering. I hope they release more levels soon, because I made it through all the levels in a day.
I've played this through twice now, I wish they'd come out with another set of levels. This is one of my favorite games.
For as much as this game costs, I was extremely disappointed to make it to the 50’s level and then have a screen say “See You Later.” You can beat this game in an hour. Can’t believe it costs so much for so little.
I like this dev's design sense; both blek and frost feel like very happily combined investigations of visual design, particle systems, and tactile logic. I find myself wanting to draw with these games more than solve the puzzles, and since there are no time limits, I could do that as much as I wanted. Except for one thing: why does frost insist on jacking up screen brightness to 100%? I'm a little surprised that a sandboxed app is allowed to do this on iOS. It's an egregious accessibility failure: for many users, iOS devices at full brightness are impossible, and even painful, to look at. Given that these bright blue screens are known to interfere with sleep, I find myself wondering if the devs are slyly trying to make us stay up late to keep playing. Can't say I particularly appreciate the prank. Or the splitting headache.
I loved the game, but beware if you do! If you play a few times per day, you will complete all the levels in no time. (3 days for me) The app then dismisses you to return later and you are forced to start over. Please add more levels!
Beautiful game! I literally didn’t put my phone down until it was over! But I have an issue paying $5 for a game on MY PHONE, and still do not have any new levels. What has it been now, 2 months of waiting?
This Game so so amazing. I Started it and ended up just watching it. So mesmerizing. 👍
I took weeks to even address the “system” in a way to elicit pseudo-intelligent habit particles (particle or wave?) streams. But after that I enjoyed figuring out, and intuiting, responses to higher levels at a logarithmic acceleration such that my amygdaloid reward centers began feeding on this game and my body temperature rose 4 degrees temporarily. Then a write a review field opened and I composed this and I cooled off. Now, a break, but unlike others of days I’ll be back soon to go to level 30.
Highly recommended app. I'm waiting more levels. Meanwhile I'm using Youper and Kindle.
This game is AMAZING!!! YOU MUST GET IT! You won’t regret it
I bought this game to play at night, meditative games help me sleep. The game only plays at the highest screen brightness. I hope this is just a glitch soon to be resolved.
I’ve enjoyed this game, played it through a couple times actually. I’d like more levels just like anyone, but what I’d really like is to be able to change the screen brightness. Currently the game hijacks the brightness setting and turns it all the way up. I get that you want the user to have a good experience, but if I’m playing somewhere dark I don’t need it, so it’s just an unnecessary better drain.
No new levels. You can beat this game in a day. 5$ for 55 levels you can beat in a day.
Absolutely love this puzzle game, I wish they come up with more levels faster, already finished all the levels and can’t wait any longer for more, I ended up repeating all levels like five times. I wonder how Candy Crush creates levels so fast I can never keep up? This game is way better but cannot come up with more levels that fast, shame.
I am captivated by this game, it actually calms me down when I’m a little uptight.......
This is a very beautiful game. I must admit, I loved playing it. However, it’s way too short for how much it costs. I ended up playing through it twice in one day. That’s how short it is. Because of that I cannot give this game 5 stars. Maybe when they release more levels...
For a game that is supposed to be relaxing I can’t even play it at night because the brightness only has one option which is FULL BLAST. I can’t even try to relax because my retinas are burning, Ive never had this issue with an app before. Why doesn’t it match the freaking brightness I have set already.
Cool game but only 55 levels, where the new ones at???
I love this game. Make sure to play with the music on. It’s fun, soothing, and beautiful!
Girlfriend and I love this!
This hard-to-describe game is wondrous. It’s beautiful, it’s magical. It seems you need to provide a stellar core with enough energy to ignite and become a star—and you have to herd the energy particles to achieve that. But it’s very abstract and there could be many many other interpretations.
This game is as beautiful as it is challenging. There’s something a bit intuitive and thoughtful about each level that invites the player to devise unique ideas, which is very rare in most puzzle games. Would highly recommend this game if you are looking for something to put a stressed mind at ease.
Totally annoying to be interrupted constantly by the “finger” forcing you to make another “move”. It’s like a primitive children’s game that has an arrow flashing to show you where to go.