Wonderful tool for relaxation
Author: Evgenii Kostrov
Date: 23 Apr 2017, tested on Nokia Lumia 920
The title ElectrumDeus contains as many as three very interesting programs about everything and nothing. They will not tell you about the weather and not acquaint with the news. The only thing they can do is to show the time in one of the modes, but this only useful function seems in these applications to pale into insignificance.
In fact, the program ElectrumDeus and all its variants are designed to ensure that you can truly relax and calm down the nerves by engaging in frank doing nothing and enjoying the results of your activity. Perhaps, this is the only application that, not being a game, may be a great time-killer. The essence of the program is to manage the flow of thousands of tiny particles of all colors of the rainbow.
Application featuresDepending on the active mode, you can draw unimaginable shapes on the screen with your finger or lead turbulent fluxes of particles in the direction where you move the finger. At the same time, by removing your finger from the screen, you will cause an explosion of indescribable beauty similar to the formation of a new universe. Thanks to the active accelerometer, particles are constantly moving around the screen like stars. You can collect all the different-colored particles in one corner of the screen and then touch it and watch how they smoothly flow under your finger.
Similarities and differencesWe have gathered here three versions only because we do not understand the train of thought of the developers. Originally, there were only two versions: ElectrumDeus and ElectrumDeusPure. Features of both programs allow you to create arbitrary patterns of a number of particles, to activate the working clock with a face of which you can toy, after which it would be safely retrieved, and to use the effect of a black hole which attracts all the particles, and when you remove your finger from the screen, there is an explosion.
The difference between the applications lies only in the presence and absence of advertising. Accordingly, one of them is free, but you will have to pay for the second. The most incomprehensible thing is that later an absolutely free program ElectrumDeus2 (from the same developer) appeared which may please you with even more effects and, at that, has settings that allow you to adjust the amount and speed of the particles, as well as their palette. The strange thing is in the fact that it looks obviously more spectacular than the previous paid version, but it contains advertising which it is impossible to get rid of.
ResumeThat is, this application doesn't exist in the paid version, although it is obvious that without advertising the program would being purchased much better than its predecessor with fewer features. In general, whatever it is, you can try all three options and pick the one that you like more, but they are really worth a try. You will definitely enjoy this kind of relaxation.