Published on June 2nd, 2016 | by Earnest0
SPACE BARRIERS – REVIEW
Summary: Ultimate Fun in Outer Space
Listen up ladies and gentlemen, if you are the kind of person who is seeking to kill some free time at work, school or even on your bus trips, then I have some good news for you; Space Barriers game is the answer. Don`t get me wrong, this is not the kind of game that just kills time, it requires using lots of brains and strategy; the main concept of the Space Barriers is to move the ball along barriers and portals in order to reach the final gate. Each move counts guys, literally speaking, the fewer moves you perform in order to complete the level, the higher your score (it is a puzzle game).
Moving on to the visuals and graphics, I got to say that they are kind of fair; I mean being simple with the design doesn`t necessarily mean delivering a game with normal graphics. I consider this to be one of the major downsides of the game. On the other hand, the user interface is totally friendly. In other words, a 3 years old toddler can navigate through the menus of Space Barriers reaching his desired destination. According to my gaming experience with it, the game is simple with the design, strategic in its concept and user-friendly in navigation. However, the repetitive pop-up of advertisements can be really annoying sometimes. Last but not least, the game consists of 100 level that takes you from the beginner level where the tutorial guides you to finish the level, to the expert one where you can spend hours to finish only one level.
In conclusion, Space Barriers is a very convenient way to kill some time and use your brain simultaneously. The game has a great value VS. price ratio since it is free. You can easily spot it on the Apple Store as it is only iOS compatible for both iPhones and IPads. In my opinion, Space Barriers is considered to be on of the best free puzzle games.