It seems like Corona developers are creating more and more fantastic apps! Neon Poly by Lobster Claw Software leverages familiar gameplay from classic games like Tetris™ and 1010 to create a new twist on the “place pieces” puzzle game genre.
Neon Poly offers three types of pieces: squares, hexagons, and triangles. You get three random pieces to play with the goal being to clear enough space so that you can continue playing new pieces. In addition, you can earn experience and use various “powers” to clear parts of the board.
The game uses programmatically-generated graphics that leverage some of Corona’s powerful graphics capabilities, creating a very stylish visual appeal. The game is something you can immerse yourself in for a few minutes or several hours. Each board shape has three sizes that affect the challenge and length of play.
Neon Poly is hot off the presses, having just been released on June 21, 2017. The game also received a major review, landing on the front page of AppAdvice and earning a 9.0 out of 10! It’s available for free with in-app purchases on both the Apple App Store and on Google Play.