A reflex based color matching game
Author: Jay Feldman
Date: 23 Apr 2017, tested on Samsung SM-G920F Galaxy S6
Decent graphics, addictive game play, one-finger controls
Too easy, bores you really quickly, monotonous game play
Perfect for Android is a color matching game on steroids. There's a colored circle in the center of the screen, surrounded by a white zone where the dot can freely be moved, and beyond that, are 3 different colors that move in a circular fashion in either direction. Your mission, is to slide the little colored circle at the center of the screen and match it to one of the three corresponding colors. The tricky part, is the colors you are trying to match get larger and smaller while they rotate round and round. So just touch your finger to the dot in the center, and slide it to the matching color as fast as you can.
The game is won and lost with lightning reflexes, and the little dot you're sliding changes color after each successful match. The controls are simplicity itself, yet sliding that stupid dot is anything but. It's very easy to get flustered and slide the dot to the wrong color, and sometimes the whole color palate shifts, coming to rest upon three hues that can sometimes be strikingly similar, thus making it all the harder to make the correct choices on the fly and in a hurry.
The graphics are decent but nothing special, and the animation is clean but doesn't really go anywhere. What's cool about Perfect, is it can be played most anywhere without disturbing anyone, plus, it's a decent time killer when you just want to kill a few moments, yet not commit to something that demands a lot of attention.