A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this app.
Ease of Play
Puzzle solutions require patience.
Products & Purchases
To skip puzzles, players must pay or watch ads.
Parents Need to Know
Is It Any Good?
The makers of this puzzler said they wanted to make a game you can "zone out" to, and while they've succeeded, it's not necessarily a good thing. True, the app boasts more than 15,000 puzzles and these are fun at first. But as the game progresses, you find yourself wishing for more variation, (aside from adding more rings and dots that is.) Ultimately, the puzzles are all alike, and along about the twentieth puzzle, solving them becomes monotonous. You might even find yourself paying the $1.99 fee or watching ads just to skip them. If you do choose to slog through the thousands of too-similar puzzles, you'll want to turn off the repetitive soundtrack or risk being hypnotized by it. In the end, despite its boast of near-endless puzzles, rvlvr. doesn't do enough to challenge your brain cells and is more likely to work as a digital sleep aid.
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