Find a Way José for iOS is a Great Brain Teaser – Review
Baruch Richter has created quite a bespoke and an interesting application for your iOS device which we think will catch your eye. With the exceptional graphical interface, we’re sure that navigating around this application won’t cause you any stress at all. This application is an arcade type game in which you have to solve the interactive puzzle in order to get ‘José’ to the finish line. There is an abundance of levels in which your job is to complete in order to finish the game. In this sense this game is reminiscent of that of the Angry Bird series. José is the main, Mexican style, character of this game and your aim is to set him free and get him to where he wants to be. You are to slide a bundle of regular and irregular shapes around the game ‘map’ in order to set him free. These blocks accumulate as you progress through the levels, which consequently makes the game more difficult.
The music in this application might get a little intrusive if your trying to play in a public area, for example if your on the commute on the bus or on the subway, you are probably not going to want to disturb anyone with some wild and interesting music at 7 A.M in the morning.
Changing and altering preferences on this application is very simple and easy and doesn’t require much figuring out. That is the reason why the developer hasn’t included and detailed instructions about the application due to its exceptional intuitiveness.
Sharing and connecting to social networking sites is very easy on this application due to the fact that upon clicking the social network icon on the main screen of the application it will take you straight to application on your phone and put you in the correct place to connect with them. This isn’t the case on the majority of applications as they just take you to the web browser. We like this subtle feature which will increase marketing figures.
Despite all of these good features, we have experienced a fair number of crashes and force closes on this version, which can sometimes happen upon mid gameplay. Additionally we also feel that the free version of this application appears a bit unfinished compared to the paid version. Nonetheless the paid, full version will only cost you $0.99 so if you’ve taken a good interest to this game, it is definitely worth purchasing so that you don’t have to be disturbed by such issues.
Overall, the gameplay is very enticing.
TheAppleGoogle Rating: 9/10