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a minimal puzzle about rope

4.4 Ratings 2K+ Reviews

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a minimal puzzle about rope
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Ratings & Reviews

4.4
2.3K+ Ratings
  1. 5
    66%
  2. 4
    19%
  3. 3
    7%
  4. 2
    4%
  5. 1
    5%
  • Excellent spatial thinking game Oct 27, 2019

    By DavidCrosmierIII
    I don't know what rop means & don't care. <g> This is a great game! Just pull the 'string' down, pick the first set and go! Recreate what you see w/ the connected balls. No instructions needed. My thanks to the author.
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  • Really good Aug 27, 2020

    By Hehhbdeeb
    Super fun game idk how it has so little downloads
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  • Need More Levels! Nov 6, 2015

    By APerez1178
    My brother recommended this game to me because I am an expert knot detangler, which I thought was funny. I've finished all of the puzzles in all 3 packages, including the paid content. All of the reviewers complaining that a part of the game is paid are a bunch of crybabies. It's a dollar! I can't wait for new packages and/or levels within the existing 3 packages, and I hope all the new stuff is made available only to those of us who cared enough about the game developer to pay them a buck. Great puzzle game to relax with. I never became frustrated with any of the levels even though a couple of them did take me a little longer than the rest.
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  • good game but could add some stuff Oct 31, 2015

    By Hand maker
    This is a pretty good, simple game. All you do is rearrange ropes by the notches to form the shape you see above. it gets harder and harder as you move forward to higher levels, obviously. The main problem i have with the game is that the notches are big along with a thick rope. It makes it very difficult to see the game as a whole and the more notches and ropes there are, the less it works as a puzzle game and the more it becomes a test of your eyes and how well you can follow the number of ropes per notch and number of notches. Maybe this was their intention. If not, I would suggest a spot on the screen for you to spread each of your pieces. This would make the game easier on the eyes and better in my opinion. So far Ive only got to stage 30 or so and you can take this review as from the view of an inexperienced player or think of it as a big problem for the game overall because of that inexperience.
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  • Too Short, Too Easy, Same Old Problems Nov 4, 2015

    By JimJohnMarks
    I completed the free content in this app in a few hours. There are a handful of basic “tricks” you have to recognize after which even the last few puzzles become largely trivial. I’m really sick of never having a game that lasts just because most people are stupid. Too stupid to know better than to pay for games like this and too stupid to handle actually challenging content. Too fat fingered and pig eyed to handle even a layout this basic, and chunky. The best part of this game is the soundtrack which is, sadly, one continuous loop which repeats somewhere between 30-60 seconds. I can’t find any other work by this composer and, sadly, he failed to master this track properly and so at full volume is causes massive distortion in an iPhone6 internal speaker.
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  • Don't get your money's worth Apr 4, 2017

    By GeoffCochran
    So you pay .99 and when the game start you see 3 levels and about 200 challenges. When you get through the first set of 77 puzzles you start the second set. The after 11 (out of 66) challenges you have to pay .99 more to get the rest of the levels and challenges you thought you got with the original .99 you paid for the game. That's shady! And the game isn't good enough to drop another .99 for the rest, so I deleted the app. I am not dropping more money on a subpar game. The game play I got wasn't even worth .99, I'd say it was about .50 worth of gaming. So disappointed!
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  • Okay, Tiresome Nov 3, 2015

    By @ben_reilly
    This is a game about placing connected nodes on a hexagonal grid so that their links form the line drawing indicated. The first several puzzles in each set are fairly simple, and there is not a clear set of ideas and techniques that they teach you, so it all feels a bit noisy and repetitive. Additionally, the initial configuration of the nodes in many puzzles hides the fact that some nodes are linked, since these links overlap others. This is a deliberate design choice by the creators, since it is frequently the case that you can untangle the nodes yourself to see all the links at once. Because of this choice, you spend the first part of each puzzle doing exactly that, and it gets tiresome. The undo button does not work as you might expect when snipping links, and the screen shake when you misplace a node is unnecessary. Overall, some decent ideas, but they feel muddled.
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  • Excellent spatial thinking game Oct 27, 2019

    By DavidCrosmierIII
    I don't know what rop means & don't care. <g> This is a great game! Just pull the 'string' down, pick the first set and go! Recreate what you see w/ the connected balls. No instructions needed. My thanks to the author.
    more
  • Really good Aug 27, 2020

    By Hehhbdeeb
    Super fun game idk how it has so little downloads
    more
  • Need More Levels! Nov 6, 2015

    By APerez1178
    My brother recommended this game to me because I am an expert knot detangler, which I thought was funny. I've finished all of the puzzles in all 3 packages, including the paid content. All of the reviewers complaining that a part of the game is paid are a bunch of crybabies. It's a dollar! I can't wait for new packages and/or levels within the existing 3 packages, and I hope all the new stuff is made available only to those of us who cared enough about the game developer to pay them a buck. Great puzzle game to relax with. I never became frustrated with any of the levels even though a couple of them did take me a little longer than the rest.
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  • This game is so addicting!!! Oct 30, 2015

    By r0sem4ry
    I love puzzle games because I can get myself lost in them & forget the world for a moment. Anyways this game is so simple yet amazing all in one. I like to put the music on while I play for soothing purposes. For those of you who don't know how to play it's really quite easy, you just need to connect the rope so it looks similar to the sample picture...think of it as a game of connect the dots. There are multiple ways you can solve the problem but that's for you to figure out and once you finish one puzzle it will unlock you to the next one. Good luck! 😊❤️
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  • So good! Mar 13, 2015

    By MarinasideSteve
    While many puzzle games need to frequently add new elements to keep your interest, this game just relies on a single puzzle type throughout, yet it always stays compelling. The difficulty progression begins as deceptively easy but increases nicely as subsequent puzzle have increased numbers of nodes and connections. The minimalist presentation is really a fantastic complement to the simple and intuitive game play. I see several negative reviews related to crashing, so I thought I would add that rop runs perfectly on my iPad Air 2.
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  • good game but could add some stuff Oct 31, 2015

    By Hand maker
    This is a pretty good, simple game. All you do is rearrange ropes by the notches to form the shape you see above. it gets harder and harder as you move forward to higher levels, obviously. The main problem i have with the game is that the notches are big along with a thick rope. It makes it very difficult to see the game as a whole and the more notches and ropes there are, the less it works as a puzzle game and the more it becomes a test of your eyes and how well you can follow the number of ropes per notch and number of notches. Maybe this was their intention. If not, I would suggest a spot on the screen for you to spread each of your pieces. This would make the game easier on the eyes and better in my opinion. So far Ive only got to stage 30 or so and you can take this review as from the view of an inexperienced player or think of it as a big problem for the game overall because of that inexperience.
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  • Great game, could use some tweaks Nov 7, 2015

    By TheGreatB3
    I found this game to be surprisingly challenging and interesting. However, whenever you accidentally place a peg on top of another or outside the area, you get a jarring ping sound. This can be turned off in the settings, but it really should be changed to something softer. Also, if a peg is moved on top of another, they should swap places. As it is, the pegs have to be moved out of the way, and it really makes levels much more frustrating, especially with the ping sound. These should be quite simple to fix, so I hope the next update comes soon.
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  • A clever take on a classic game idea Nov 3, 2015

    By toe knoee
    The one thing I love most about this game, and what I hope other developers get out of it, is there's NO screen between every level saying "yay for you you did it! Don't you wanna tell all your friends how amazing this game is now??" It just launches right into the next level. This small detail makes me feel 100% less contempt from the developer and very much slows down how quickly i get tired of this game
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  • Too Short, Too Easy, Same Old Problems Nov 4, 2015

    By JimJohnMarks
    I completed the free content in this app in a few hours. There are a handful of basic “tricks” you have to recognize after which even the last few puzzles become largely trivial. I’m really sick of never having a game that lasts just because most people are stupid. Too stupid to know better than to pay for games like this and too stupid to handle actually challenging content. Too fat fingered and pig eyed to handle even a layout this basic, and chunky. The best part of this game is the soundtrack which is, sadly, one continuous loop which repeats somewhere between 30-60 seconds. I can’t find any other work by this composer and, sadly, he failed to master this track properly and so at full volume is causes massive distortion in an iPhone6 internal speaker.
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  • Clever, but annoying and frustrating Nov 2, 2015

    By Umpelty
    Good first: the core game concept is lovely. You rearrange the pegs on a hex grid to make the pattern of the ropes between them match the target. Simple, elegant, and interesting. Bad: 1. It is a pain figuring out the system of rope connections between pegs. The initial layout of pegs on the board often obscures this - three pegs will lay in a line and appear connected in order, when (say) one of the three is connected to both others. This means either a lot of initial confusion and-or gently wiggling of all the pegs to figure out what's going on, or blatant luck-based problem solving (which feels very unsatisfying - I have no idea what I did that worked!). 2. The board is so small that it is extremely difficult to untangle the ropes to see what you have to work with. This problem is exacerbated by, and exacerbates: 3. When you accidentally drop a peg off the board or on top of another peg, the game sounds a loud, ringing PING to the player that is unpleasantly jarring. In a game this low-key, it is thoroughly unfitting, and it honestly makes the game a lot less fun to play. A muffled thump would have served equally well as an audible cue as the current piercing bell and been less painful to the player.
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  • Why must I pay for a free app of the week? Nov 2, 2015

    By Gohstninja64
    Ok first off amazing game it made me think and made me have a hard time putting it down! But I finished the first chapter and I was proud of myself but then as soon as I played 3 lvs of chapter 2 it said buy it for 0.99 and I was not happy then I played chapter 3 and I played around 6 or 7 and around that time I was really happy cause I thought it wasn't going to ask to buy but the of course puzzle 7 had to be the end of the game for me so my addiction for this game ended. Ps the third chapter is the best and I hope they make the rest of it free
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  • Entertaining premise, but with a big problem Dec 20, 2015

    By Swashbucklr
    Rop was fun to play around with, with a good learning curve to get you used to the premise. However, I didn't play it for long, as I kept receiving a message that my progress wouldn't be saved due to a lack of available memory. The app is less than 20MB. I have 350MB free on my phone. How much memory does a save file need? It was disappointing, not only because I couldn't save, but that the message popped up after every puzzle. Good idea, needs better implementation.
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  • Okay, Tiresome Nov 3, 2015

    By @ben_reilly
    This is a game about placing connected nodes on a hexagonal grid so that their links form the line drawing indicated. The first several puzzles in each set are fairly simple, and there is not a clear set of ideas and techniques that they teach you, so it all feels a bit noisy and repetitive. Additionally, the initial configuration of the nodes in many puzzles hides the fact that some nodes are linked, since these links overlap others. This is a deliberate design choice by the creators, since it is frequently the case that you can untangle the nodes yourself to see all the links at once. Because of this choice, you spend the first part of each puzzle doing exactly that, and it gets tiresome. The undo button does not work as you might expect when snipping links, and the screen shake when you misplace a node is unnecessary. Overall, some decent ideas, but they feel muddled.
    more
  • Don't get your money's worth Apr 4, 2017

    By GeoffCochran
    So you pay .99 and when the game start you see 3 levels and about 200 challenges. When you get through the first set of 77 puzzles you start the second set. The after 11 (out of 66) challenges you have to pay .99 more to get the rest of the levels and challenges you thought you got with the original .99 you paid for the game. That's shady! And the game isn't good enough to drop another .99 for the rest, so I deleted the app. I am not dropping more money on a subpar game. The game play I got wasn't even worth .99, I'd say it was about .50 worth of gaming. So disappointed!
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