Connect colored dots with the shortest route possible without overlapping
Try to get a perfect 5 stars on each level
Play through 9 chapters with dozens of puzzles
Earn Star Points to spend on hints for difficult levels
Compare your scores with other puzzlers around the world
Router is a circuit puzzle game that's fun for the whole family. Connect identically colored points with continuous lines without any of the lines overlapping each other. Router's smooth touch controls make for a better puzzling experience.
Progress over nine chapters of puzzles that get harder as you go. Earn more points for shorter connections; get the top score of five stars! Get Star Points for perfect scores to buy hints when you get stuck. Don't forget to register your scores after completing all chapters for a surprise!
This app looked fun so I decided to give it a try. I downloaded this app for free when it was the free app of the day a while back on the Amazon App store. I used it several times and it worked well as advertised at the time. I tried it out for a while but just didn’t find myself getting very engaged in it. Not too say it was a bad app, it just wasn’t for me. As far as the app itself goes it seemed to be made well, worked as advertised, and ran well on my phone. At the time I had a Galaxy Note 1 and it worked well on that. After a few weeks I found myself uninstalling the App from my phone as it just didn’t appeal to me anymore and I lost interest in it. I tend to lose interest in things really quickly if they aren’t really engaging and this just wasn’t holding my interest. This is just my opinion though and your opinion may vary. It can be hard to judge with apps sometimes what will grab someone’s attention and keep them going back to it. I would say give it a try if you’re into this type of App and think it looks interesting. Go ahead and give it a shot. You’ve really got nothing to lose right. After all, if you don’t like it all you have to do is uninstall. I hope this was helpful. If so, please consider clicking the "yes" button below. Thank You!
Honestly, when I do look at so many apps, tablet and smartphone games, they are just so similar to each other. But overall, it does come down to longevity and gameplay. In the case with Candy Crush Saga, there are really so many different knock-off games that have developed that are more mixed than a sense of real addictive gameplay. But that also does come down to lesser-known games that are fun at first, but do lose a bit of steam. Flow Free has been a very underrated video game for tablets, but it is a very good game that has spawned a few sequels for the gameplay. There are knock-offs to Flow Free and Router is one of those titles. The game is alright at first, but definitely feels more boring overall in the longevity that other games could deliver better upon. The challenges are more of the same and Flow Free, and does lose the gamer in the challenges should be. Overall I do recommend you get one of the 3 Flow Free titles, and not challenge yourself to a lackluster knock-off from point A to point B.
Sadly this good app has been updated and they added In App Purchasing to the game using Amazon InApp billing. They now sell you stars to purchase hints. As a result I have dropped my star rating from 5 stars to 1 star. Frankly I found the app to be too easy anyway. As a design engineer that laid out large electronic circuit boards my mind was just wired to play this game after years of doing similar work.
This attempt to monetize the app is why I am very careful to update apps. I have seen many developers take good apps that became popular and add in items that would make me no longer purchase them. Unfortunately this app is now on that list. This is a bad move by the developers.
As a former design engineer this game looked all too familiar. I deigned about 1,000 circuit boards in my life and this game is identical to laying out a single sided PC board.
You get to play through 9 chapters with 16 layouts per chapter. You connect the like colored dots without overlapping and using the shortest route. It is a simple puzzle but mind teasing at the same time as you may have to carefully plot your route several times to get each track into the right position.
Earn as many points as you can as that is the key to unlock later chapters of the game. Have fun!
Permissions: * Full network access * View network connections
This app installed 3.80MB into my device memory and I am unable to move it to my SD card.
Ever since I saw a family member play FREE FLOW years ago, I have always been fond of what I call "Path Puzzlers". Additionally, the permissions apparently have been cleaned up since its last Free App showcase? Network access is all it requests... but something else has been added since then:
What's new in version 1.10.5 •add in-app-purchase of star points
Now that is rather cheeky. Yes, I am a bit more lenient on certain types of IAP than others, yet if I was shopping for a new Path Puzzler, came across this one, and saw that "update", I would have tapped right on by. Simple as that. In fact, I think I recall coming across this one a year ago while looking for more FREE FLOW-like games, and doing exactly that. Tapping right on by.
Not packs of 100 puzzles for IAP purchase or any other new content... but star points for hints. Very cheeky update. I have zero interest.
Today's free app of the day - Router - is a thinking puzzle. You connect two points in the correct order so as to not interfere with other paths that must be made. Each successful move requires thinking ahead.
This is a repeat Free App of the Day (FAOTD) offer from January 27, 2012.
There is no new offer for today.
Landscape & Portrait - No - Portrait Only New App of Day Offer - No - Repeat Offer