Big Duck Games LLC
Flow Free is an iPhone and Android Games App, made by Big Duck Games LLC. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Big Duck Games LLC, with the latest current version being 4.3 which was officially released on 2021-06-05. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 92378 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.7 out of a possible 5 stars.
Connect matching colors with pipe to create a Flow®. Pair all colors, and cover the entire board to solve each puzzle. But watch out, pipes will break if they cross or overlap!
Free play through hundreds of levels, or race against the clock in Time Trial mode. Gameplay ranges from simple and relaxed, to challenging and frenetic, and everywhere in between. How you play is up to you. So, give Flow Free a try, and experience "mind like water"!
*** Flow Free features ***
- Over 2,500 free levels available in Free Play mode, and new Daily Puzzles every day!
- 10 different board sizes
- Free Classic, Bonus, Bridges, Mania, Extreme, and Jumbo level packs
- Additional level packs available for purchase
- Game Center achievements as you solve levels and complete packs
- Track your completion of each level in Free Play mode
- Strive for accuracy in Free Play using the fewest, most efficient moves
- Strive for speed in Time Trial for the most and fastest solves
- 20 scored Time Trial variants to choose from by board size and duration
* Look & Feel
- Smooth, polished touch interaction
- Colorful UI
- Fun sound effects
- Clean vector graphics and animations
- Labels available for color impaired players
An Amazing and Creative Game
Flow free is a game where you have to connect lines. You have an amount of moves and it shows your best amount of moves for that level. What makes this game great is that it is logic and common sense. Also, it’s the fact that it helps your brain really think which two lines should go where so the other lines connect. This is also satisfying seeing them connect. Another thing I like is how they always get harder level by level and scoreboard by scoreboard. I like the idea of them creating daily challenges. The game is perfect really. It’s very creative and really causes your brain to think. It’s like a fun, creative, brain game and I like the idea of that. One thing that flow free should add is a challenging level where you have a certain amount of time to connect 20-30 lines. Another thing should be versing other players to see who can connect the lines or complete 1 entire scoreboard quicker. These two game modes should be called “Expert Level” and “Competitive Level”. I hope flow free can use one of my ideas. Therefore, this game is great but can use a couple game modes. Once again, thank you for reading this. -Nabeeha. A
Gets the synapses firing! Love it.
Flow Free is a little easy for the first several levels, or at least I found it so. Around level seven, it gets very interesting and challenging. Even if you find the first several levels a little too easy, keep going! By the time you get to 7x7 squares, you can see it starts to pick up the pace in trying to wrap your brain around this. By the time you get up to 10x10 squares, you see why even very intelligent people give up here. These puzzles with higher numbers of squares require a high degree of spacial conceptual thinking. I love the challenge, but find it can be a little frustrating. When I get to a puzzle that really is taxing my brain, I go back to work a few puzzles at a lower level or even the level on a lower number of squares. Trust me, if you’re on Level 130 in 12x12 squares and you go back to a puzzle in 11x11 squares, you will not look at it say “I remember this.” After working several of the ‘less taxing’ puzzles, I can go back to the level that was frustrating me and see it in a new light and solve it and move on.
Love the game but
I have enjoyed Flow Free games for a long time and I also paid to have ads removed long ago. The game is now overflowing with ads. I once again said I wanted to remove the ads but received a message saying I had already purchased this. The ads continued. Out of respect for the developers I wrote to them directly rather than make a post here. No response. I again tried to have ads removed through Apple and received a message that it was done. But, the ads continue. $4.99. Think about that if you are someone who likes to remove ads when they are very excessive and long. UPDATE: I heard back from the developer and was provided with clear instructions about how to fix my ad issue. I first downloaded the game in 2011? This is the first time I have had a glitch. It is a very enjoyable game and I also own a couple of their other games. (I was able to fix my issue in all games.) So I am happy to give this game the stars it deserves.
I love this game!!!! 😍😍😍😍
When ever I’m bored and I don’t want to play Roblox ( I try not not to play Roblox 24/7 ) I play this. It is the best game ever! But, I have one suggestion. Why can’t you make your own puzzles for you to try and beat? Anyway, just a suggestion! You don’t have to do that if you don’t want to. Report: no bugs spotted! Report: awesome game! If your the lazy, calm, and chill kind of person, this is totally the game for you! When I said no bugs spotted 🐜 🕷 🐛, I really meant no bugs spotted! (So far.) So, I’ve downloaded this the day I got my iPad, ( I had a phone but lost it and found it a year later under the couch cushion but wouldn’t turn in and yes I tried charging it that didn’t work and the charger was brand new) and I loved it! ( I got half of my friends and family to download it. ) ( That’s how good it is! ) Of course, some of the puzzles are kind of hard, but don’t give up! Stars: if I could, I would give this game 1 Millon stars! Thanks for reading, Munchim.
Quality Game and Keeps Me Busy, but one issue
Flow Free is one of the best, if not the best, game that I’ve played on my phone. I’ve been playing it for just about five years now, in addition to its counterparts Hexes and Bridges. It’s something that I find entertaining to do in my free time. I have just about every level complete from the most recent update and I have 1,446 day streak on. But that brings me to the one issue I have with it. I have noticed in previous versions of the app, when you have a streak and you forget a day, you lose the entire streak and go back to zero. But with the most recent update, if you lose a streak, you number simply goes down by one day instead of losing it entirely. In a way, this doesn’t keep me as motivated to keep up with my streaks on the apps, and has me slightly less enthusiastic to play the streak. However, I will continue to play this game because of how fun and addicting it can be.
Free Flow Free
I’ve been playing this game in my free time for several years now. It’s a great puzzle game to keep your mind sharp. I like to see how fast I can run through levels while I wait for my shiftly meeting. Each time I complete a level I say, “Byea.” out loud. The guy next to me figured out what it meant after a couple weeks. The game has hours if not days of free puzzles, ranging from easy to very difficult. Occasionally I get stuck and move on for a bit, then come back to it later. Every time I think I’ve almost completed the entire game, the add a few level packs to the free game. The best thing though, the one thing I was worried about when I got a new phone was losing my progress in this game. But it was awesome, the game linked my progress to my Apple account. So I was able to pick up right where I left off. Sure, there are adds. But I typically play offline. So they’re not as bad.
My favorite game
I've played free flow for over a year now and am so excited about the latest updates that I've finally decided to write a review. This series of games is great for puzzlers who need a break from the big universe games that are super time intensive. Also, if you enjoy 1010 or BlockHexa, this is for you. The first few sets of some levels are laughably easy, but I use the easier levels to practice dexterity with my non-dominate hand and they are good for younger folks and days when I just want to unwind. Similar to Monument Valley and Euclidean Lands, the more complicated levels challenge your spacial orientation with warps, bridges, and walls. Even without those obstacles, some of the larger boards make it tough enough to be fun, but not obnoxiously impossible to solve. I also enjoy the challenge of going back to the puzzles that took me multiple attempts and re-solving them to get a perfect score. Thanks developers!!!
I would like this game to be a bit more challenging for teenagers
I'm a teenager I like this game but I like to think that some of the levels are a bit too easy for me but I know it's meant for four year olds and up but I would like to see a new update of the app for older kids (such as myself) but I would also like it not to be too hard for younger kids but I know it is important for the creators to earn some sort of money from people playing this app but I really do think that if you can make it harder for teenagers (like me) to have a bit more of a challenge but like I said not too hard for younger kids but I really do like the app but if you could pleas (the creator) to make at least an update on this particular game so that older kids can have more of a challenge to have. And I like to solve these kind of puzzles but I would really like to see and update on this app.
One of my favorite mobile games!
Flow is a great way to unwind, but at the same time it really makes you think. I play flow to fill those 5-10 minute gaps that I have in between activities, but I can also just play flow and watch Netflix for hours at a time! I have had this game for a few years and have recently completed all of the free packs. There are additional flow games (hexes, warps, etc) all of which are free and just as much fun as the original, so the game has plenty of content to play through. I like the option to get hints (even if you do have to sit through an ad) along with the fact that there are additional levels that you can buy. My only complaint is that there are ads between levels, but you can pay a small amount to get rid of them. Overall a great game and I would highly recommend it.
The Best Journey in My Life
This review has been brewing for the past few months. I recently finished every level perfectly after 3 years. And I am glad to have been a part of this journey. I breezed through the beginner levels, noticed tactics, solved the puzzles in ways that were probably not intended. But as I grew, this game grew as well. I slowly noticed that the levels evolved, they no longer had errors, past easy tactics no longer worked, and levels truly became difficult. The last 15x18 levels were some of the most well designed levels in the game, being truly challenging. This game has been a big part of my life and I will be sad parting ways with this wonderful game. I won’t be playing the other games since I will become to busy, but this game will always be in my heart. It’s been a unforgettable 3 years.
LOVE LOVE LOVE
I've had this app for a while and I've been addicted to it the entire time! My streak is at 504 days, but I'm sad because I'll be changing phones tomorrow and I'll have to start completely over. I'm going to continue to do the daily puzzles but I wish I could keep my streak. Overall this game is an amazing tool for an overactive puzzle brain. I've bought all the extra packages, and some colors! I enjoy switching which pack I'm working on and I like that I can go back and do the easy ones when I don't want a challenge! Hexes is my second favorite and I have a streak of 367 days on that one. It keeps me busy when I'm nervous and It's my go to app when I need a break from people. I listen to audio books and just blow through puzzles crazy fast, SUCH an amazing game for an active mind!!! I would rate it 10 stars if I could!!
Always on the hunt for a fun, challenging puzzler with a calm, chill atmosphere; and I’ve tried a lot! Thankfully, a few puzzlers are so exceptional I come back to play again & again: Flow Free is one of those faves, & it’s been a fave go-to for years! The basic concept doesn’t even require instructions, but they steadily increase in difficulty, and naturally enough to enjoy & not be overwhelming. Oh, & on top of the standard game levels, there’s also daily puzzles, bonus packs, packs of just one difficulty level, and even sample packs of the game with a lil twist (which are also available as a separate app)! You can pay a little for no ads, &/or extra daily hints, but it’s truly not required to enjoy the game, & doesn’t bombard you with ads either! It’s more than worth the lil pocket change to support one of the best puzzlers!
Love this game, one minor annoyance though
I’ve played this game for literal years, it’s fun, it’s challenging, it really gets me thinking and helps kick start my brain in the morning. However, I have noticed one thing I don’t like about this. I was playing recently when I noticed something new about the daily streaks, and I felt my heart kinda sink. Apparently, if you don’t play every day, then your daily streak, instead of staying frozen on days you don’t play the game, will count backwards, and you have to actively keep your streak up. I don’t like this new feature as there are days when I just don’t have time to play games, and coming back to see something like my daily streak suffering because I just don’t have time to sit down and play a game, it really kinda upsets me. Still a really fun game though, and I play it whenever I can as I do genuinely enjoy it, but I will forever be annoyed about the thing with the daily streaks
Terrible Navigation Changes
I love Flow Free. I give it five stars, however, I hate the new navigation changes made in the latest update. Darn, I keep forgetting to turn off automatic updates. There used to be forward and back arrows on every puzzle so you could change puzzles whenever wanted. Now there is a big light bulb right in the center to purchase hints which I keep accidentally hitting and no forward arrow at all so you have to back out to the puzzles to choose a new one. I liked the old way because sometimes you find a puzzle hard and just want to skip forward knowing when you come back later you will be able to see that puzzle differently and be able to solve it. I suppose the light bulb is there to make money selling hints, but I am never going to confirm the purchase of a hint even if I accidentally hit it. Maybe I will get used to it, but it sure is annoying. It was perfect before. Don’t change a good thing.
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