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iOS review: White Tile

It’s always the simplest games that are the best. White Tile is an addicting game that tests your reflexes against time and movement.

Even after my first try I knew that this game would be my new addiction.

The idea is basic: you’re presented with a grid of black and white tiles that scroll up at different speeds depending on which type of game your playing. You have to tap only the black tiles, and not touch any white ones. If you touch the white ones, you’re out. If you miss a black one in sequence, you’re out.

There are three modes in the game:

* Classic mode, reach the target as soon as possible.

* Arcade mode, try your best to tap the black tiles as many as you can, no time limited.

* Zen mode, try your best to tap the black tiles as many as you can in 30 seconds.

You can receive challenges from friends to beat their scores or earn achievements.  So far none of my friends play it but I am convinced I will convince them because it’s so fun.

Sometimes it’s hard to tell how many tiles there are when there are continuous rows of black. when there's a long string of black tiles in a row it gets difficult to tell how many they are.

There is a slight border but it’s almost invisible. This can become annoying when you’re on a roll and have to think fast in order to get through the round. Other than that it’s pretty basic and perfect.

It’s a good game to test your reaction skills and hand-finger coordination. You somehow feel like you are beating the game the better at it you get.

Test your speed and accuracy with this simple and fun game!

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