nice and challenging. i'm totally onboard with the idea that objects of the same color aren't allowed to be stacked on one another however the fact that this causes an explosion is stressing me out. so a mode would be nice where an irregular stack is indicated by a red glowing table surface or something instead of objects going boom. also i think the objects not flying off far out would allow for a simple implementation of a passthrough mode. and i really wish this game had a passthrough mode.
Weirdly taps into childhood nostalgia. When I was a child, I loved stacking stuff (usually at boring dinners with grown-ups). So this game really scratched an itch... and does it pretty well! Handling and stacking stuff feels smooth (some weird physics hiccups here and there, nothing awful) and the puzzle-like approach is fun and varied. I see myself playing this for a while! Could be a hit with children as well.
Stack away without fear of pickup! So my husband says I stack things in a way to 'booby trap' him, when he goes to pick up something, it collapses 🤷♀️ So when I heard about this game, I immediately went to download the demo version. Husband also downloaded too, and we each enjoyed playing the game on our Quest 3 devices. I describe it as reverse Jenga with odd shaped objects! The non overlapping similar colors make it even more challenging to play, and it's kinda fun to accidentally watch the pieces ka-splode away, especially without worrying about clean up after playing!
Stacking fun. This is really fun, it gives a felling when I was a kid. You can replay the leves and try different strategies to get to the top. I would love to try the full version and a MR update to give more depth to the game.