Oops, I did it again...

There are thousands of new apps every day released in Google Play. And I'm doing my best to raise this number. So today I release a new game called Color Jumper.

Your task:
Click on the colors in the given order. If a color is clicked, it's glowing and can't used again.
Start with blue, followed by yellow, green, magenta and red. Then it starts again with blue.

The special thing is, the next color has to be in the same row or column and is max 2 fields
away from the last color. That means you can jump over another field (for example step 1 to 2, 5 to 6 or 8 to 9), or you have to use the colored field next to the last color.

If every field is glowing you've finished the level.

Good luck and have fun!

Update and two releases...

Hello everybody,
some of you might be noticed, that there were something new that I didn't published here. Sorry for that :)

In the past few days I released a new update for Favetris. I added a new game mode, called survival. This mode is similar to phase 2 of the normal game. You can change the gravity and decide in which direction the whole stones will fall. But the difficulty in this mode is, you've got only five turns, and then new stones will appear randomly on the field. And the number of it is increased everytime by one. So the end of the game is unevitable. The only thing you can do is to let as much stones as possible disappear to gain a higher score.

Beside this, I released two new games. The first one is called WordShuffle. It is less a game than more an instrument to play with. The real game are you playing with your friends. Invite them, give everybody a sheet of paper and everybody has to find as much words as possible. If you are not sure about a word, just tap on the letters and google it from within the game. You make the rules, for example how long a round would be or what the size of the field of letters is. Try it and play a game like our parents did it in the past, together with friends in real life on a table :)

The other game I released is Glow Code. It's inspired by the game minesweeper. you've got 25 stones with numbers from zero to four on it, surrounded by little lights on each corner of the stone. The number on the stones shows you how much lights, that are connected to the stone have to glow to solve the puzzle. The difficulty thing on this game is, the stones share the lights to each other. So one light can be connected up to four stones. That makes it easy to learn but hard to master. for the first rounds I would recommend you to put the optical hints on, so the stone will change it's color if the right number of lights are glowing. In later rounds, when you learned how the game works, put it off to increase the difficulty level.

I would be happy if I could get some feedback about the games, if you've got problems or hints for improvements. Just mail me: sg@izuware.com 

Thanks in advance and have fun trying the games :)

Favetris released

I'm happy to release a new game today and the special thing about it, I didn't pronounce it... so be calm, you don't missed something ;)

Favetris is a game inspired by Tetris and Columns, but it is in a huge way different. In fact, there are no shapes or columns falling down, it is a complete row. In this row are different colored stones. You can move the stones to the side, but not every single stone, the whole row will change the position. Thats makes it a bit harder to get combinations of stones to let them disappear.
But there are some things thats makes it a bit easier for you to play the game. To let stones disappear you don't need three stones in a row or column, it is also possible if the formation goes round a corner. For example two stones horizontally and one vertical, which looks similar like an "L", will also disappear.
In phase 1 of the game will always fall five rows down. Phase 1? Yes, the game consists of two phases. Phase 1 is called the dropping phase. Phase 2 is the move phase. After all five rows are fallen, you've got ten moves to rearrange the blocks to the side or up and down to change their positions and to build new formations to eliminate stones. Are these ten moves over, the game goes back to phase 1 and five new rows will falling down.

This game is easy to learn but hard to master. There is no time limit in phase 2, so you can make yourself an overview of the blocks and plan your next steps.

I hope you've got fun with it, when playing. Let me know if you've got problems oder questions.

You can download it on PlayStore.

Have a nice day! :)

P.S. the other games are still in development, don't worry the next release will come soon!