I don't know what's going on and my head hurts.
Apparently, you're meant to click as much as you can. You are punished for doing so, because combos are necessary.
What sort of inhuman precision...? To be fair, though, this game made me question my brain's ability to recognize and associate colors. So I think I'm just teh suck.
But. The cursor is also teh suck. An oblong shape for one; the block that YOU (thought you) clicked will probably not be the one that the game registers.
Lots of cutesy things going on that, in my total ignorance of the, er, media(?), I feel anime fans would enjoy (hence the second sentence of this) - you don't get to see hardly any of it, though, because you're busy clicking.
Every match is a race against time. There are several modes. Each of them seem to have a different gimmick, but the gameplay is always the same. Regarding those gimmicks - they are usually those cutesy things.
There is a mode that has three blocks of the three colors in the center. You're clicking through a puzzle on the right. The computer is also clicking (I don't think you can see its puzzle, you might, but I
couldn't see it... because puzzle). Y'all are competing to push the center blocks towards each other by matching blocks.
So yeah. You hardly ever know what's going on, but the point of the game remains the same. Clickr: It's Tetris, but not.
By the way, this is the fifth(?) game I've tagged with "Mobile Port." So that should be a thing (not that it would be necessary for this one - it's totally clear what it is, but I just thought to mention it because)(and to be clear, I've no hatred for mobile ports in general - Bardbarian is pretty cool - I just think it's always good to know).
EDIT: Ahahahahaha Ohhh I forgot. The opening (")cutscene(") describes mobile gaming precisely.
Also, if you hit "Exit" and then answer "Are you sure?" with "No," the game happily exclaims "Thank you!"
That just soured me on it even more, but I will continue to play it in the hopes that I can figure out wtf.
Also, I tried the strategy of "Click all the cubez!!!!!!!!!!!!!" and it didn't work.
Unless there are power-ups or something that I don't know about - that you can buy with in-game currency (I don't THINK there's a cash-shop but I do not know) - (which is possible, because I just now saw in one of the game modes, Battle - which has little representations of the blocks you cleared running atop the screen, assaulting the computer's tower - that you can manually decide when to launch those units) I really do not see how some of these puzzles are remotely possible.