- Simple controls.
- Great looking visuals.
- Addictive gameplay.
- No online leaderboard options.
- No in game music or iPod options.
Stay is an addictive physics based game that plays and controls wonderfully. This game is worth the current price.
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Stay is a puzzle game where players must balances a small pink shape on a see-saw like board for as long as they can. To do this, players must counter balance the board by placing other squares on either side. Different squares have different weights and must be placed effectively to stop the pink shape from falling off completely.
You drop different square pieces onto the board by tapping the screen. You cannot control the size pieces that will drop, but you can see what sizes will drop next by the indicator in the top right corner. During harder levels, the variation of pieces increases and players must watch out for bomb blocks that will destroy surrounding blocks causing the board to unbalance quickly.
The visuals are very well done and look smooth and polished. The game unfortunately features no music and no option to use your iPhone so you will have only the sound effects to keep you company. The game is single player only, with no global leaderboard options.
Stay is an exciting title that will appeal to fans of physics based puzzle games. There is a ton of replay value in the game and with three difficulties and the extra survival mode. The only real issue with the game is that there are no online leaderboard options. But this can be fixed in the future with an update. So if you want a solid casual play or a new physics based game for your phone, then give Stay a go.
DescriptionStay is a game about action and reaction, a balancing game. The concept is simple, keep your red object on the seesaw for as long as possible. You keep things balanced by dropping more blocks onto the seesaw, but be careful because some blocks will behave badly and try to knock your red object off. The longer you play, the more chaotic it becomes.
Stay features three difficulty levels and an alternate gameplay mode called survival. In survival mode there's no red object, only the seesaw; whenever the seesaw dips below the screen, it drains away some life from your life meter. When your meter is empty, your game is over.
Your best times are kept on your device, so you can show off to your friends. But you'd better get ready to face the rest of civilization, because online world leaderboards are coming soon.