Features & Use
Test device: Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Android version: 4.2.2
The Lazors download is about 6.2 MB. It doesn't ask for any permissions.
In the last little while, I've been focusing on reviewing smaller games for on-the-go that are simple and there to pass the time. Most games that I review I've been playing for quite some time. Well, this is a seemingly new one and it fits my smartphone perfectly well.
But what is Lazors all about? It's a puzzle game where you move blocks around so that the laser can reflect against them and bounce towards the goal. The game concept is therefore really simple, but achieving your target is another story, especially when there is more than one. The levels become more and more challenging as you go along.
There are 16 different levels with varying difficulty. You'll also find special levels, like the ones with smaller fields or special blocks. There are also different kinds of blocks, which the lasers need to hit in different ways. The standard blocks reflect the light normally. There's also glass blocks, fixed metal blocks and diamonds for the laser to bounce against.
All these factors might cause for steam to come out of your ears after only a few levels. If you really can't find the solution, the joker card can help you. This joke card, or so-called tips, will help you get advance in the game. By according to my experience, these tips are quickly used up and you'll have to pay to get more.
There are man different levels that each contain ten further levels. In total, you can complete 150, which will keep you busy for quite some time. Hopefully the developer will add more as time goes on.
Lazors is really interesting and is perfect for a quick game or two. The game concept is very simple and doesn't require very much time to get used to. It's well-made and thanks to its many different elements and levels, offers hours of fun.
Screen & Controls
Lazors' controls were easy to use and self-explanatory. The app was set up very simply, allowing for a good overview. Once you start the game, you go right to the list of different levels and from there, to the smaller individual levels. There really isn’t a main menu to be seen.
Speed & Stability
Lazors worked smoothly throughout the test, without crashing once.
Lazors is free in the App Center. If you want to get more ''tips'', it will cost 1.16 USD. It's also ad-free.