Puzzle games have a huge following in the Play Store. Everyone likes a good challenging game that they can play that doesn’t take a lot of time. You can hop right in, play a game or two and move on. Or, you can spend more time perfecting your skills if the game is long enough. The Ultrateam knows how to make a good puzzle game. Their first game ULTRAFLOW was downloaded over three million times in the Play Store and the iOS App Store. As anyone would consider that hugely successful, DroidGamers had an opportunity to interview the team, to find out what makes a good puzzle game, and why they decided to pursue a sequel, with the recently released ULTRAFLOW 2.
The Ultraflow Team created the fantastic and quizzical puzzle game Ultraflow. The original game was downloaded millions of times. We enjoyed the original gameplay due to the varied puzzles, excellent music and ever-increasing level of difficulty. Ultraflow 2 is now available to download in the Play Store and that is a good thing.
Released by Ultrateam, Ultraflow is now out. This game is a fairly strait foward puzzle game, where players attempt to move a smaller disc into a larger one that’s located elsewhere on the board. There’s a monochromatic feel to each board, with simple visuals that are largely comprised of lines, and simple geometric shapes.