Each week we highlight a different game built with Buildbox. Our ‘spotlight’ picks are games that have done well on the charts or are new indie releases that feature a cool theme or gameplay concept. This week’s spotlight is Andre Spears’ Neo Lights. It features a cool minimalist art style and fun gameplay with color changing boxes.
Let’s take a closer look at Andre Spears’ Neo Lights!
Neo Lights – Master The Lights!
Neo Lights is stunning minimal hyper-casual one touch reaction game. Set in a cool futuristic world called Neo, players have to help a rolling ball get pass color boxes by tapping precisely at the right moment. However, it’s not as easy as it looks. Players have to tap at the exact moment to change color and access the box traps. Timing is everything. Neo Lights has 30 challenging levels. And with each level, the pace quickens, and maze-like paths become more challenging to beat.
There are also three different worlds to explore: Neo, Frost, and Lava. Each features new intricate paths and more complicated color boxes. The further you go, the higher your score. You can use the points that you earn to unlock new light balls. There are ten different balls that you can collect.
From the funky soundtrack and sleek graphics to the fun yet challenging gameplay, Neo Lights is a must-play! How far can you go?
Neo Lights is an excellent example of what you can do with Buildbox. It’s definitely worth checking out.
So, will your game be next?
If you’d like to be considered for next week’s spotlight, be sure to share a link to your game on our forum or Discord server in the ‘games showcase’ sections. You can also share your App Store link with us on social media via Facebook or Twitter with the #Buildbox hashtag for consideration.
Every Wednesday on Twitter we are on the hunt for cool new games made using Buildbox so just post a tweet that mentions us @buildboxdotcom and add a link to your game along with the hashtag #BuildboxGameWednesday to show us what you’ve created. We can’t wait to see your games!
Also, if you’d like to learn more about the top games built with our game development software, you can check out our All-Stars Showcase.