App description: Polymer is a strategic shape-creating game that combines the logic of Rubiks Cube, the sliding mechanism of Chuzzle, and the creativity of Lego.


Slide columns and rows to create never-before-seen shapes!


FIVE GAME MODES:
Two Minutes: Casual and fast-paced
One Polymer: Stress free and thought-provoking
Bombs: Destroy the endless waves of bombs!
Endless: No points. No time. No restrictions. Relax!
Multiplayer: Who can make the best polymer within two minutes?

FEATURES:
Universal support!
iPhone 5 support!
iCloud syncing between devices
GameCenter challenges
Procedurally generated: every game is different!
Captivating unlock system
Five unique pieces
Five gorgeous pieces of music
Everything non-cosmetic can be unlocked without in-app purchase!
Multiple color schemes, 6 of which are totally free
Tweet, Facebook share, email, text or save your best polymers
Game Center leaderboards and achievements
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"Polymer is an exceedingly clever logic puzzler."
IGN

"Polymer is destined to eat a lot of the hours of thoughtful gamers."
Touch Arcade

"Polymer is a brilliant, addictive puzzler, and its blend of logic and shape building make it a game almost anyone can enjoy."
Pocket Gamer

"Polymer is my new go-to puzzle game. Its a lot of fun and very challenging. Combined with the beautiful colors and awesome music and sound effects Im hooked."
iMore

"Its already one of my favorite puzzle games on iOS."
148 Apps

"One of the most creative and unique puzzle games to come out in a while for your iPhone."
App Advice

"Polymer is just like the molecules inside the game. Colourful, packed with a genuine sense of play, and far more than the sum of the parts"
Gamezebo

Echoseven's comments:


02-25-2013, 10:26 PM
#51
Joined: Nov 2009
Location: Oklahoma
Posts: 1,128
It's snowing outside and Polymer has snow falling on the screen. This is AWESOME!!!
03-01-2013, 10:41 PM
#52
The ninth option in "Settings" (accessed by touching the gear icon on top right of menu) will show you currently unlocked pieces, the number of points tagged to it, and enabling/disenabling it. note that the two base pieces do not show on that screen and you can't enable/disenable.

hope that helped (:

03-02-2013, 10:02 AM
#53
I've had a fair few crashes to desktop on my iPod 4G, usually when selecting 'again' after a game. In all honesty though I'm not too concerned because I'm really struggling to drag any enjoyment out of Polymer... which is a real shame, as I was intrigued when I first saw it.

What really doesn't help is the constantly switching colours. When I drag a piece out to do some combining away from the polymer I'm developing it reverts to its original colour, which means I visually lose track for a moment. It might not sound like much, but in a crowded field of near identical shapes it's a huge irritation.
03-02-2013, 11:33 AM
#54
Joined: Nov 2009
Location: Oklahoma
Posts: 1,128
Quote:
Originally Posted by KuangEleven View Post
What really doesn't help is the constantly switching colours. When I drag a piece out to do some combining away from the polymer I'm developing it reverts to its original colour, which means I visually lose track for a moment. It might not sound like much, but in a crowded field of near identical shapes it's a huge irritation.
Not sure if this will help, but in settings, try toggling No Frills Mode. The good part (maybe) is that colors never change. This means that pieces won't change when you move them, but you will also have a rainbow polymer. The bad part is that it also removes the dots which show incomplete pieces.
03-02-2013, 06:43 PM
#55
Just got this for free (thank you!) It's a decent game, but that long list of IAPs is enough to turn me away. Now I remember why I didn't bother to buy.
03-02-2013, 07:02 PM
#56
Joined: Feb 2011
Location: New York State
Posts: 2,403
Quote:
Originally Posted by mintyray View Post
Just got this for free (thank you!) It's a decent game, but that long list of IAPs is enough to turn me away. Now I remember why I didn't bother to buy.
Yes, because completely cosmetic color schemes are surely the work of the devil

I wonder how the rabid anti-IAP crowd around here functions in life. I mean, do you all just walk around scowling at everything out there, convinced it's all just a scam? The notion of modular pricing and optional upgrades is inherent to nearly all things in modern life. Cell phone provider, TV provider, internet provider, car dealerships, restaurant dining, amusement park admission, movies out, etc., it's all rife with "IAP".

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03-05-2013, 08:22 AM
#57
Quote:
Originally Posted by mintyray View Post
Just got this for free (thank you!) It's a decent game, but that long list of IAPs is enough to turn me away. Now I remember why I didn't bother to buy.
At first I was mad because of the IAP. It stated something like "Get 20.000 points in a Two Minute game to unlock a new piece". I thought it meant I have to get the points in ONE game, which seems impossible (at least to me...), and the only real way to get the new piece was buying it.

well well, now that I know the points are cummulative, I unlocked everything and really enjoyed the game so far
03-13-2014, 07:45 AM
#58
I have some redemption codes for this game if some of you want to check this out. It was reviewed quite well and who can say no to getting a 3 dollar app for free? Leave a message here or PM me, whichever.

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