Pursuit of Light is an iPhone and iPad game that requires you to jump from one platform to the next to pass the levels which are called dreams. All you have to do is complete the pattern, but watch out for the spikes, arrows, and falling platforms.
In Pursuit of Light, the levels are called dreams. Each level features a little girl character that must jump from platform to platform. There are two buttons, a moon and a star. All you have to do is hit the correct button to get to the next platform. Complete the pattern and complete the level.
After the first few levels though, the platforms start to drop more quickly, there are more platforms to complete, and more obstacles start trying to take you out. Spikes start to appear out of the platforms that you have to wait for them to go back down, arrows start to fly towards you, and bricks start to smash down.
I enjoyed Pursuit of Light. It’s easy to pick up and put down if you need to go do something, but it also provides a challenge. I played it for a while when I was waiting for the kids to come out of school, and when they found it on my devices, the older two aged 12 and six sat side-by-side playing together for over an hour. It was really neat to watch them give each other pointers, trade devices when they got stuck, and cooperate on something for so long.
The game had an ambiance to it that is relaxing yet mysterious, and that really helps in the gameplay. I enjoyed the music, the shimmering graphics, and the glowing character. It all worked well together to create an immersive challenge that will keep you coming back for more.
Pursuit of Light is an iPhone and iPad game that features a little girl character who is working to complete her 80 dreams in order to reach the end and wake back up. All you have to do is jump from platform to platform using the moon or star buttons, and when you reach the end you’re set to head up to the next level. The app has Game Center support, so you can compete with your friends, check your standing, and keep on practicing. Overall, the game is fun to play, and I really enjoyed watching the kids play together on different devices. It became a cooperative learning experience, and that was refreshing. It doesn’t happen with many games.