Bicolor is an intriguing puzzle game that will draw you in and keep you coming back for more, as you work your way through a wide variety of puzzle layouts. While its interface is about as minimalist at you can get, it gives you access to all kinds of challenging and intricate levels to keep you engaged for a long time.
Intuitive interface: Once you get the hang of the controls, this app is about as intuitive as they come. Just put your finger over the number you want to use and slide it where you want it to go. And undoing moves is as easy as swiping backward across the screen.
No scoring: This game is all about solving the puzzle. If you accomplish that, you can move on to the next level. You can undo and redo each puzzle and attempted solution as many times as you'd like with no penalty because there is no scoring. There is no time limit either.
Minimal explanation: There is a brief tutorial when you first open the app. But like the rest of the game, it's pretty minimalist. That means that you can get through the first few screens without actually understanding what you're doing and then get stuck when the hints are gone.
Bicolor is a unique puzzle game with an attractive interface and an engaging interface and set of mechanics. It may be frustrating to some players at first, but a little bit of trial and error will have you on the right track in no time, although that doesn't mean you're likely to breeze through all of the puzzles.