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Tangle Master 3D

Tangle Master 3D

Zynga Inc.

Relax and Untangle!

4.0 Ratings 193K+ Reviews

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4.0
192.7K+ Ratings
  1. 5
    74+%
  2. 4
    9+%
  3. 3
    7+%
  4. 2
    3+%
  5. 1
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  • Good but not Great Jan 1, 2021

    By CaTrINA123456
    When I first got this game I was addicted to it. But when I started playing it more it also started to relive stress while at the other hand it also made me have more stress. THERE IS WAY TO MANY ADS! Especially when you run out of moves and have to watch ads to get more moves. And to be honest, some levels you can’t even beat if you don’t have enough moves. So here I am watching like 13 ads just to get past one level. Other than that, the game is amazing. You get to change your rope style, your pin and much more this is definitely one of my favorite games ever. Another thing that I really like about the customization is that you can be different and it makes the game a lot more fun. I definitely recommend this game to anyone who wants to have a fun and challenging time. It would also be really fun if they could have head to head challenges to see who can unknot the level the fastest. Great game and I am in love! 🥳🥳🥳🤩🥳🤩🥳😍🥰
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  • Almost a great game Nov 14, 2020

    By Morning100
    I am becoming addicted to this puzzle game and play it often just to relax. There are many complaints about the number of ads but I find that depends on how one plays the game. If you want to play game after game after game you do expose yourself to many ads that become annoying. But if you play the game with long pauses between games, when you do something else, the ads are few and acceptable - after all the game is free and developers need to pay for it. There is another glitch that bothers me much more than the ads. On occasion the rope will not lock onto the button where you are trying to place it. The rope continues to bounce back over and over again. Obviously, this doesn’t help me relax. To solve this you have to put the rope on a different button adding to the number of moves to solve the puzzle. The developers might also want to think about developing levels by adding the number of ropes and complexity. If they solve these issues, I would give the game 5 stars.
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  • Easy fun but something needs to change Jul 14, 2020

    By Alpaca7613
    Before downloading this app, just know that after EVERY SINGLE LEVEL THEIR US AN ADD. Some adds are weird too and some are inappropriate. I get adds for chapters, a game where you chose what to do about your cheating boyfriend and stuff... which is bad for people like me that are the age of 10. I think that some adds should be taken out. And there also shouldn’t be adds after every little level because it gets SO ANNOYING. I do like the game ,though. The adds for the game that I got said it was harder than you think when it’s actually very easy. I got all the ropes and ends of the ropes in one day. Very easy. Right now I have like 20 thousand coins and this is my second day playing. This game does pass time ,too, which I like. It’s pretty fun I do recommend it if you have the patience for a million adds.
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  • It’s Alright... Aug 10, 2020

    By LizzieThoj13
    It’s an alright game. I love the concept of the game & it’s pretty fun to play, the problem with it is that I finished this WHOLE ENTIRE game in ONE night. Unlocked all of the things in the game, from the different types of ropes to the different buttons & the bars that hold the ropes. After unlocking all of them, there are the challenges in that game. Beat them all & now I’m in a predicament where all of the different ropes that enter twine with each other are all the same repeated rounds from the very beginning. Granted, they do start giving you a limited amount of moves to make it more challenging, but like I said, even with all that the rounds repeat themselves & it just gets easier & easier to the point where it gets kind of boring (& this is with all of the pop-up ads, might I add.). Developers, if you’re reading this, please put more stuff in the game. More prizes, more challenging tangled-- uphbsh-- ropes, like five or six of them as you get higher & stuff, & heck, why not unlockable different backgrounds too? Other than that... it’s not that bad. Pretty good, but I’m only putting three stars because they could put so much more stuff. I know that making a game app can be a bit challenging with all the physics & stuff, but what’s life without a little challenge? Anyways, if you made it this far into the review, be safe out there & have a nice day/morning/afternoon/evening/night/midnight/next day.
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  • Let’s talk ad management. Nov 7, 2020

    By Ellyni
    For all these sort of crappy gimmicky games that you downloaded because you saw an ad, expect a load of ads in game. Luckily there are management options. These may not be helpful to some, but work well for me. I’m on an iPad. 1. So long as you are not waiting for a phone call, swipe down to bring up the widget screen and turn airplane mode on. Viola! No more ads. 2. For those moments when you must watch an ad to claim that ‘free’ prize that you worked hard for, I recommend turning airplane mode back off and waiting a second or two before clicking the claim button. Sometimes I forget to do that and it will glitch out and I lose the prize. But let’s be real, those prizes usually have little gameplay value anyway. 3. If you can’t turn airplane mode on because you need service on your device; There are these little arrows in the corner of the ad that pop up after about five seconds. Tap that and your ‘x’ will appear allowing you to skip the ad MUCH more quickly. Mandatory ads where you are claiming a prize will not have the arrows. You gotta watch the whole thing which is fair IMO. That’s it. As for this game, it’s fine. Good for those late nights when you are struggling to sleep and need something mindless.
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  • Only if you are young, with perfect vision and neuromuscular System Jun 11, 2020

    By Supuflourous Flounder
    I’m 73. My vision is less than perfect. I have a tremor in my hand. These make this game nearly impossible to play. Some levels are timed. To move what I need to move, I must move carefully. Nearly each time I touch a rope, my hand tremor makes it come up and before I move my hand away, t have done another touch and it is back down again. This makes it nearly impossible to do the “complete in N moves” levels, and contributes significantly to my failure to “complete in N seconds” levels. When I hit the first “complete in N seconds” level, I gave up after about ten tries. The intrusion of 30-second mandatory ads before each “scene”, with no way to skip them, is truly annoying. They may think that “if we annoy them enough, they will pay our overpriced subscription rate”, but the real result is some users react with a one-star review (we can’t make it 0, and this game requires negative stars), and simply delete the app. Which is what I have done. These games should have ADA compliance options, such as “no timed levels” and “no counted levels”. I am not playing it to compete, I’m playing it to challenge my mental acuity. If the rope goes up-and-down quickly, then it is hand tremor and should be ignored. I’d give it -2 stars, for its combination of obnoxious ads and its assumption of perfect vision and a perfect neuromuscular system.
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  • Well!! Different options would be better Sep 6, 2020

    By Yphm
    I see you already have a lot of comments about the ads! I completely agree with all that I read so I won’t repeat. I have found no value at all in the “coins” that it says you earn, using them to purchase extra turns would give them some actual value, increasing the coins earned for the double, more for the triple & more yet for the quadruple would give the game a bit more challenge. Increasing the number of ropes in levels would also add interest to the game. I also agree with the 10 yr old who complained about the inappropriate ads. This is a game that while it could be of interest to children, would never be allowed for my children. Bathroom cartoons-yuck! Teenage girl that has given herself away for free asking someone to fix her life after being abandoned? How about fostering things that help kids learn to balance their checkbook, or figure out how much they can spend on some desired object, to learn how they will use percentages in real life, how fractions work, basically games that, while a lot of fun, are also a learning challenge. Kids & parents would be much more likely to even purchase such a game.
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  • Honestly..... don’t bother. Jun 13, 2020

    By Fjordamy
    Ok, so I was looking for a time waster. This game is that, but in all the wrong ways. At first you get two or maybe three levels before you have to watch an ad, but very soon it’s EVERY LEVEL. The game itself is overly simple, so you actually play less time than you watch ads. When you win a prize after completing so many levels, you have to watch another ad to claim it. Don’t bother! It’s only some stupid flower or cat shaped button to add to the end of the “ropes”. You also earn coins, but they are only good for slightly changing the look of the “ropes”, and then there’s another ad... And, the ads are the REALLY ANNOYING KIND... Toon Blast and GardenScapes mostly, and you CAN NOT MUTE THE SOUND. They are really loud too, even if your device is on low volume, the ads are loud. If the game itself was more engaging, a few ads wouldn’t be a big deal, but the game is probably suitable for a four or six year old. I can understand ads every other level if it’s one of those money earning games, but for a simple kid level game it’s outrageous to have to watch an ad every level. This game is getting deleted now.
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  • More annoying than relaxing Jul 17, 2020

    By RavenSnowWolf
    First I want to say this. Don’t get get me wrong, this is a very relaxing game, HOWEVER, it’s more annoying than relaxing. I honestly hate how every game by this developer gives you an ad after just about every other level. It’s super annoying. What happened to having the free-to-play games that had ads but not as often. I understand that the way they earn money for the games is through ad revenue and in-app purchases. But for this game and the others like it by the developer, the amount of ads it has per five minutes, counting the time the ad takes to finish(at least for me it’s like five to ten ads in five minutes) it’s unnecessary. The games aren’t that good, it’s just one continuous motion every single time. Yes, a lot of games are like that but they have a story to them, they have actual goals. This game and the others like it, they don’t have that. What I’m trying to say is, if it had less ads and the ads were spaced out much farther from each other, and the games were actually good, maybe I’d be willing to play them again.
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  • Not worth it Aug 31, 2020

    By Kjhgfdaaaaa
    The basis of the game is good. The concept is good, the puzzle is intriguing and unique, but there’s so many things about this app that make it not worth the hassle. First is the crazy amount of ads. There’s an ad after every other level, and the levels are relatively easy and can be solved in under a minute, so that’s a video ad less than every two minutes. More annoying is the game can’t keep up with its own physics engine so it lags. The ropes used are nice and bouncy and resemble real life, but it has major lag and jolts a lot. This is frustrating particularly for timed tasks. Also, there’s not a lot of ways to customize even though there is a shop. There’s also not a ton of levels either, less than 100, and with the levels being so short it’s not an app that will last you a long time, if you can suffer through the ads (I just put my phone on airplane mode so the ads wouldn’t come up) Not worth the space on my phone
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  • Great for what it is Jul 5, 2020

    By Quantumator
    I try to rate a game by the actual gameplay. Considering ONLY THAT, this game can be a therapeutic way to spend short periods of free time. Puzzles like this can actually really help with stress and/or anxiety, as they require the focus of the other side of the brain. The overall app has the unappealing trend of exposing the player to more ad time than game time. The ad interruptions severely break the immersion and reduce a lot of the therapeutic benefit mentioned above. But, as the developer makes no claim it is intended for such purpose, I can’t fault it for that. As I saw in another review: turn your cellular data off for the game to stop the ads. Then you can better judge the game for itself and decide if you want to support the developer by actually paying to remove the ads.
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  • Good but not Great Jan 1, 2021

    By CaTrINA123456
    When I first got this game I was addicted to it. But when I started playing it more it also started to relive stress while at the other hand it also made me have more stress. THERE IS WAY TO MANY ADS! Especially when you run out of moves and have to watch ads to get more moves. And to be honest, some levels you can’t even beat if you don’t have enough moves. So here I am watching like 13 ads just to get past one level. Other than that, the game is amazing. You get to change your rope style, your pin and much more this is definitely one of my favorite games ever. Another thing that I really like about the customization is that you can be different and it makes the game a lot more fun. I definitely recommend this game to anyone who wants to have a fun and challenging time. It would also be really fun if they could have head to head challenges to see who can unknot the level the fastest. Great game and I am in love! 🥳🥳🥳🤩🥳🤩🥳😍🥰
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  • Easy fun but something needs to change Jul 14, 2020

    By Alpaca7613
    Before downloading this app, just know that after EVERY SINGLE LEVEL THEIR US AN ADD. Some adds are weird too and some are inappropriate. I get adds for chapters, a game where you chose what to do about your cheating boyfriend and stuff... which is bad for people like me that are the age of 10. I think that some adds should be taken out. And there also shouldn’t be adds after every little level because it gets SO ANNOYING. I do like the game ,though. The adds for the game that I got said it was harder than you think when it’s actually very easy. I got all the ropes and ends of the ropes in one day. Very easy. Right now I have like 20 thousand coins and this is my second day playing. This game does pass time ,too, which I like. It’s pretty fun I do recommend it if you have the patience for a million adds.
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  • Let’s talk ad management. Nov 7, 2020

    By Ellyni
    For all these sort of crappy gimmicky games that you downloaded because you saw an ad, expect a load of ads in game. Luckily there are management options. These may not be helpful to some, but work well for me. I’m on an iPad. 1. So long as you are not waiting for a phone call, swipe down to bring up the widget screen and turn airplane mode on. Viola! No more ads. 2. For those moments when you must watch an ad to claim that ‘free’ prize that you worked hard for, I recommend turning airplane mode back off and waiting a second or two before clicking the claim button. Sometimes I forget to do that and it will glitch out and I lose the prize. But let’s be real, those prizes usually have little gameplay value anyway. 3. If you can’t turn airplane mode on because you need service on your device; There are these little arrows in the corner of the ad that pop up after about five seconds. Tap that and your ‘x’ will appear allowing you to skip the ad MUCH more quickly. Mandatory ads where you are claiming a prize will not have the arrows. You gotta watch the whole thing which is fair IMO. That’s it. As for this game, it’s fine. Good for those late nights when you are struggling to sleep and need something mindless.
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  • Great game Sep 9, 2020

    By Mitchy0007
    I love playing this game. It’s a fun challenge and it’s relaxing for me. The only issue I’m having is that the ropes often don’t move where I want them to—they automatically go back to the spot I’m moving them from, and that counts as a turn. This is happening more frequently—even when I slowly or strategically move a rope and try to relocate it. It just snaps back to the spot it came from and I lose another turn. This has happened several times in a row, causing me to lose turn after turn, and I end up having to restart that level. You can imagine how frustrating this is, especially when I’m at the end of a level and every move counts. Please fix this! Thanks!
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  • Almost a great game Nov 14, 2020

    By Morning100
    I am becoming addicted to this puzzle game and play it often just to relax. There are many complaints about the number of ads but I find that depends on how one plays the game. If you want to play game after game after game you do expose yourself to many ads that become annoying. But if you play the game with long pauses between games, when you do something else, the ads are few and acceptable - after all the game is free and developers need to pay for it. There is another glitch that bothers me much more than the ads. On occasion the rope will not lock onto the button where you are trying to place it. The rope continues to bounce back over and over again. Obviously, this doesn’t help me relax. To solve this you have to put the rope on a different button adding to the number of moves to solve the puzzle. The developers might also want to think about developing levels by adding the number of ropes and complexity. If they solve these issues, I would give the game 5 stars.
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  • It’s Alright... Aug 10, 2020

    By LizzieThoj13
    It’s an alright game. I love the concept of the game & it’s pretty fun to play, the problem with it is that I finished this WHOLE ENTIRE game in ONE night. Unlocked all of the things in the game, from the different types of ropes to the different buttons & the bars that hold the ropes. After unlocking all of them, there are the challenges in that game. Beat them all & now I’m in a predicament where all of the different ropes that enter twine with each other are all the same repeated rounds from the very beginning. Granted, they do start giving you a limited amount of moves to make it more challenging, but like I said, even with all that the rounds repeat themselves & it just gets easier & easier to the point where it gets kind of boring (& this is with all of the pop-up ads, might I add.). Developers, if you’re reading this, please put more stuff in the game. More prizes, more challenging tangled-- uphbsh-- ropes, like five or six of them as you get higher & stuff, & heck, why not unlockable different backgrounds too? Other than that... it’s not that bad. Pretty good, but I’m only putting three stars because they could put so much more stuff. I know that making a game app can be a bit challenging with all the physics & stuff, but what’s life without a little challenge? Anyways, if you made it this far into the review, be safe out there & have a nice day/morning/afternoon/evening/night/midnight/next day.
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  • Fun but repetitive. Aug 26, 2020

    By Pantoran
    It is fun and pretty relaxing. There are the occasional ads, but it’s it’s a lot better compared to what I’ve seen. You can skip some ads, unlike other apps I’ve had in the past where you have to see 2-3 30 second ads at once. It can get really annoying. In terms of the game, I got to level 204 in only a matter of days because that’s how much fun I was having but at some point it feels like you’re playing the same levels over and over again—and I think I am because there aren’t many variations. They should probably add extra ropes to make levels more challenging and different the further you progress. You can unlock different designs and stuff and you get some really cool rewards in the form of gold coins, but other than that the lack of challenges is what makes me want to uninstall the app because I feel like theres nothing else to do.
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  • Relaxing game, frustrating rewards and ads Jul 17, 2020

    By 👎👎😒😒
    To start, this game is really relaxing and has nice graphics. It really is one of my favorite games to play. However, there are so many ads that I had to turn off the app’s permission to use my data and WiFi so that I could actually enjoy it. Another con that I didn’t realize until about 75 levels in is that you get the same amount of coins for every level. Example - you untangle all four and it says “Quadruple!” You would think you would get 4x the coins, but no. You get the same amount either way. Honestly I stop playing the game when I think about that just because it’s a slight means of subtle manipulation. I suggest cutting out a LOT of ads so that you actually generate the money from the ones that get watched instead of people cutting them off completely. If I hadn’t been able to turn my WiFi and data permissions off, I would have deleted this game after the fifth level just because nobody wants 30 seconds of ads for every 30 seconds of game play. I also suggest making each level worth a certain amount and if it says “double!”, “triple!”, or “quadruple!”, actually make those points multiply. It’s a small thing that would mean a lot to your players. You fix these things, and you’ll earn yourself a lot of five star reviews. 😊
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  • Well!! Different options would be better Sep 6, 2020

    By Yphm
    I see you already have a lot of comments about the ads! I completely agree with all that I read so I won’t repeat. I have found no value at all in the “coins” that it says you earn, using them to purchase extra turns would give them some actual value, increasing the coins earned for the double, more for the triple & more yet for the quadruple would give the game a bit more challenge. Increasing the number of ropes in levels would also add interest to the game. I also agree with the 10 yr old who complained about the inappropriate ads. This is a game that while it could be of interest to children, would never be allowed for my children. Bathroom cartoons-yuck! Teenage girl that has given herself away for free asking someone to fix her life after being abandoned? How about fostering things that help kids learn to balance their checkbook, or figure out how much they can spend on some desired object, to learn how they will use percentages in real life, how fractions work, basically games that, while a lot of fun, are also a learning challenge. Kids & parents would be much more likely to even purchase such a game.
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  • Not worth it Aug 31, 2020

    By Kjhgfdaaaaa
    The basis of the game is good. The concept is good, the puzzle is intriguing and unique, but there’s so many things about this app that make it not worth the hassle. First is the crazy amount of ads. There’s an ad after every other level, and the levels are relatively easy and can be solved in under a minute, so that’s a video ad less than every two minutes. More annoying is the game can’t keep up with its own physics engine so it lags. The ropes used are nice and bouncy and resemble real life, but it has major lag and jolts a lot. This is frustrating particularly for timed tasks. Also, there’s not a lot of ways to customize even though there is a shop. There’s also not a ton of levels either, less than 100, and with the levels being so short it’s not an app that will last you a long time, if you can suffer through the ads (I just put my phone on airplane mode so the ads wouldn’t come up) Not worth the space on my phone
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  • App Centered Directly Around Feeding You Ads Sep 26, 2020

    By I'veeliminatedallzejuice
    I’d rather be the one invested in this app then the one playing the game. Because there’s nothing but ads. And the entire thing is geared towards watching ads. Watch more ads to get more coins. And it’s not just those normal ads. It’s the kind where it’s a 15 second ad then another 15 seconds of them trying to get you to click on the screen and play a demo of the game but then it redirects you to the App Store to download the app that was in the advertisement. There’s even a specific half inch of space at the bottom of the screen to show you clickbait ads while you’re actively playing. It’s just overkill. Thankfully the game offers an option to purchase ad free content for $2.99. Because I cannot experience the game without seeing an ad every .5 milliseconds to know if it’s WORTH it I’ll just delete it. Should have known better as the game itself was a Facebook ad lol.
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  • Only if you are young, with perfect vision and neuromuscular System Jun 11, 2020

    By Supuflourous Flounder
    I’m 73. My vision is less than perfect. I have a tremor in my hand. These make this game nearly impossible to play. Some levels are timed. To move what I need to move, I must move carefully. Nearly each time I touch a rope, my hand tremor makes it come up and before I move my hand away, t have done another touch and it is back down again. This makes it nearly impossible to do the “complete in N moves” levels, and contributes significantly to my failure to “complete in N seconds” levels. When I hit the first “complete in N seconds” level, I gave up after about ten tries. The intrusion of 30-second mandatory ads before each “scene”, with no way to skip them, is truly annoying. They may think that “if we annoy them enough, they will pay our overpriced subscription rate”, but the real result is some users react with a one-star review (we can’t make it 0, and this game requires negative stars), and simply delete the app. Which is what I have done. These games should have ADA compliance options, such as “no timed levels” and “no counted levels”. I am not playing it to compete, I’m playing it to challenge my mental acuity. If the rope goes up-and-down quickly, then it is hand tremor and should be ignored. I’d give it -2 stars, for its combination of obnoxious ads and its assumption of perfect vision and a perfect neuromuscular system.
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  • Honestly..... don’t bother. Jun 13, 2020

    By Fjordamy
    Ok, so I was looking for a time waster. This game is that, but in all the wrong ways. At first you get two or maybe three levels before you have to watch an ad, but very soon it’s EVERY LEVEL. The game itself is overly simple, so you actually play less time than you watch ads. When you win a prize after completing so many levels, you have to watch another ad to claim it. Don’t bother! It’s only some stupid flower or cat shaped button to add to the end of the “ropes”. You also earn coins, but they are only good for slightly changing the look of the “ropes”, and then there’s another ad... And, the ads are the REALLY ANNOYING KIND... Toon Blast and GardenScapes mostly, and you CAN NOT MUTE THE SOUND. They are really loud too, even if your device is on low volume, the ads are loud. If the game itself was more engaging, a few ads wouldn’t be a big deal, but the game is probably suitable for a four or six year old. I can understand ads every other level if it’s one of those money earning games, but for a simple kid level game it’s outrageous to have to watch an ad every level. This game is getting deleted now.
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  • More annoying than relaxing Jul 17, 2020

    By RavenSnowWolf
    First I want to say this. Don’t get get me wrong, this is a very relaxing game, HOWEVER, it’s more annoying than relaxing. I honestly hate how every game by this developer gives you an ad after just about every other level. It’s super annoying. What happened to having the free-to-play games that had ads but not as often. I understand that the way they earn money for the games is through ad revenue and in-app purchases. But for this game and the others like it by the developer, the amount of ads it has per five minutes, counting the time the ad takes to finish(at least for me it’s like five to ten ads in five minutes) it’s unnecessary. The games aren’t that good, it’s just one continuous motion every single time. Yes, a lot of games are like that but they have a story to them, they have actual goals. This game and the others like it, they don’t have that. What I’m trying to say is, if it had less ads and the ads were spaced out much farther from each other, and the games were actually good, maybe I’d be willing to play them again.
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  • Tangle Master Ad Pop-up, the game with more ads than actual game play. 3 extra moves don’t work Aug 19, 2020

    By Jeremy7071xx
    Downloaded the game. Started playing it. I ran out of moves a few times, so I clicked the button for extra moves, watched the 30 second ad, was given the 3 moves, but I couldn’t do anything, it didn’t let me move anything! The constant ads. We see and hear enough political ads on tv, the radio and now on this game! Fix the game so we can actually use the 3 extra moves after watching more ads like the game “promises”. 1 ad between between each level, 1 ad to watch to get 3 extra moves (that you can’t actually move- you basically waste your time), total of atleast 2 ads per level. Maybe need to change the name to “Tangle Master Ad Pop-up, the game with more ads than actual game play”. Even disconnecting from the WiFi/internet does not stop the ads. The ads are embedded in the app it’s self. The game maybe only a few mb,but the ads are what take up most of the storage!
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  • It was just plain boring plus the ads Jun 23, 2020

    By horse girl 153
    At first i thought this game would be awesome! So i was excited to get on to the first level and it was way to easy so i thought it would get more challenging level by level but as i kept playing it was basically the same thing over and over then the game added one more rope... after like at least seven levels! And did i mention the ads there was one right when i logged on and then one after the first level then it stoped for level two but it just kept going after that. And last but of course on of the least... the timed rounds, it was a bit more challenging but i guess you could say that the game was too easy. Also because of the ads my iPad would overheat and sometimes it started to burn my hands, and i don’t know about you but i hate when that happens. So i guess I’m giving this game a bad review Yours truly , Anonymous
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