Nevergrid is a very perky puzzle game where your goal is to gather fallen stars bring them back in the sky. You will have to use your wits to overcome some angry foes along the way, but you can take your time doing so as the game is turn-based.
When you take into account the cute, naive visuals and the simplicity of the earlier level, you may mistake this game as an easy one, almost for young children. But I assure you, while the graphics are indeed pretty cutesy, the gameplay itself will make your scratch your head more than once.
The controls are easy to master: you simply swipe in the direction you want to go. Your character will move one block at the time. You only need to reach he stars to free them and return them to the sky. As soon as the third level, you’ll start encountering enemies. And they look quite mean with their red pouty faces. You’ll have to outmaneuver them to reach the stars and free them.
After a certain point the game really gets more deep, with portals, different foes to avoid and trickier solutions to the levels. It’s almost a different game than the first few levels you started with. I liked that a lot: challenge is always welcome. After all, who would want to play a game that is too easy?
It took me a ridiculous amount of time to learn that you can also NOT make a move at all: tap your green character and he will stay put while your enemies will make their own moves. This technique becomes essential very quickly so you best remember it!
Nevergrid is a fun puzzler where you can truly take your time to think about your next move. As this is a premium game, you don’t have to worry about pesky ads showing up unsuspectingly and ruining your gaming experience. You can just sit back, relax and enjoy this game fully.
Is the game a bit pricey for it’s genre? May be. But you have a lot of content to go through so I’d say it might very well be affordable after all.