Are you ready for another mind twister? Excited to get those creative juices flowing? Well buckle up because its almost time to put on your management cap as you carefully plan delivery routes across different cities.
Today we are going to look at RGB Express, a unique puzzle game available exclusively on iOS. Developed by “Bad Crane” and released on September 25th 2014, RGB Express Offer has quickly made it to the top of charts. Unsurprisingly , this is attributed to the neat app layout, well designed graphics, punchy sound track and short learning curve RGB Express has to offer.
Having played a plethora of puzzle games, I quickly noticed how quickly you get past the start screens and right down to business. There are no fancy splash screens, annoying popups or confusing menus, it is ready to go as soon as it is launched. This really makes me appreciate how well the game is coded and optimized. I think this adds to the playability feature especially while playing in short stints. In contrast, you can play for as long as you want, since there is no annoying need to wait or buy energy, health or fuel tanks to keep playing. Well the only limitation for now are the 240 levels which aren’t too many, but developers at Bad Crane are working to bring more levels as part of a FREE upgrade down the road.
The game itself is simple to play, tapping on a delivery truck allows you to map a route for it. All you need to do is to pick up coloreds shipment and drop them off at corresponding buildings/locations. As you progress through the game, the challenges intensify from handling more trucks, avoiding crashes, operating draw bridges to effectively utilizing all the available tarmac. The graphics again are neat, having a simple lego feel to the environment.
I would definitely recommend RGB express. A good way to kill time be it a bus ride, long flight or midterms week! One thing that could really improve the game is the ability to have a restart/reset button available. Lets say you messed up and want to reset all of the trucks instead of manually moving them back to their original position? As of now you can’t but I hope that this will be addressed in future releases.