iPad Trism vs. Quadrum colors

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  1. pablo19

    pablo19 Well-Known Member

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    I have heard so mAny good things about trism but i bought quadrum colors not long ago. Is it worth getting if i already have quadrum colors? Theyre the same concept.

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  2. Carlos-Sz

    Carlos-Sz Well-Known Member

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    They are not the exact same concept.

    Trism is a very polished game so my vote is YES it's worth. :)
     
  3. pablo19

    pablo19 Well-Known Member

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    Whats the difference
     
  4. hkiphone

    hkiphone Well-Known Member

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    Trism is a very good puzzler. Innovating use of iPhone functions and engaging gameplay too.
     
  5. Carlos-Sz

    Carlos-Sz Well-Known Member

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    Search YouTube for some videos about the game such as this:



    I think videos can help you decide.
     
  6. Zincous

    Zincous Well-Known Member

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    Trism is VERY good. Get it!
     
  7. AndyL

    AndyL Well-Known Member

    I agree trism is pretty awesome but it gets hard
     
  8. istopmotion

    istopmotion Well-Known Member

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    Well said, and yes, I recommend getting it, but only if you don't mind the VERY SLOW GAMEPLAY. It's not a game like Frenzic that you have to try to get full circles as *quickly* as you can! It's more like a game that you take quite a while to get matches and you take your time on. Think of Frenzic like a cheetah and Trism like a slug. Cheetahs and slugs can be interesting, but I like faster things better, haha. (hopefully that makes sense, that was kind of weird that I compared those things. :p)
     
  9. hkiphone

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    I actually agree with you on that same point - Trism is not a fast game... more like a cerebral thinking game than adrenaline-pumped like Tetris. I bought Tatomic which is similar to Lumines (one of my favourite puzzlers) after getting hooked on their Lite version. I think I may take up Frenzic too if its fast paced, their video looks very interesting
     
  10. istopmotion

    istopmotion Well-Known Member

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    You are forced to be fast on Frenzic or you're screwed :) That's how the game goes and I love it :D
     
  11. CloneWars

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    Trism. (Period)
     
  12. Zincous

    Zincous Well-Known Member

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    Yes Trism can be a long game where you must think it out and make precise moves, which can be slow. But haven't you played terminism mode? If you like speed, play terminism mode in Trism rather than infinism.

    Plus there is statshine mode for both terminism and infinism, after you collect the specific achievements in the game.
    And for a more puzzle based mode, play syllogism. For tilting and solving.

    So Trism is an all around, full game that is hard to get bored with. It's got all different modes for each kind of puzzle addict.
    Why not try it out for only $2.99?
    You will get so many hours of play out of it. I have for sure.
     
  13. hkiphone

    hkiphone Well-Known Member

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    Yep, tried Terminism and there is greater time pressure which is good. Frenzic and Tatomic are a little more intensive, but for all-rounder capability, Trism is a very solid choice.
     

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