Zen Training iOS

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  • Summary: Zen Training combines clever puzzle dynamics in the style of a rhythm-game.The game is set in a classic Japanese Zen garden and is based on the concepts of Order and Chaos.In the heart of the garden there is a maple tree around which are located 5 stones with 5 different colored symbols toZen Training combines clever puzzle dynamics in the style of a rhythm-game.The game is set in a classic Japanese Zen garden and is based on the concepts of Order and Chaos.In the heart of the garden there is a maple tree around which are located 5 stones with 5 different colored symbols to which correspond “mana stones” falling from the tree.The player's task is to match symbols and colors in order to promote Order and Harmony, flowing trough an infinite series of standard and bonus levels.FEATURES:High quality 3d Graphics: Push your device to the max with fully 3d graphics and dynamic environments.Intuitive Controls: It can be played with just one finger.Addictive Gameplay: Challenge yourself and others to get the best score on infinite game levels.Funny Bonus Levels:Five different bonus levels to achieve more points and much more fun.Charming Soundtrack:Live a totally immersive experience with zen music and sounds that change together with graphics and mood.Social Features:Share your results and challenge your Facebook and Twitter friends. Expand
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  1. Jan 25, 2013
    70
    About as Zen as a rock concert, Zen Training is a quick puzzle game that juxtaposes tranquility with frantic gameplay in all the right ways.
  2. Jan 23, 2013
    60
    Hopefully an update makes Zen Training more exciting. It does have a lot of potential, but it appears that maybe it was released too soon. Anyone dying to spend $0.99 on a simple color matching game may want to consider it, but most gamers may wish to wait for a few improvements before committing to a purchase.
  3. Jan 18, 2013
    40
    Skip Zen Training. You're better off cleaning the scum off the bottom of a koi pond.