Front to back, side to side, this cube is flying! Starlight looks pretty simple yet spacey, with everything being represented by lines and shapes. Thankfully, the minimal visuals work in favor with the incredibly simple gameplay. The music and sound effects... not so much, as they're honestly ear-grating after a short while. The gameplay only takes a tap, but the variety in level design, paired with open space that you might accidentally send the blue cube hurling towards or the killer red barriers and objects blocking your flight and line paths, mixed with the occasional oddity like a green line that warps the blue cube elsewhere, all make for plenty of fun, interesting, and difficult challenges that feel well worth tackling. Unfortunately the game is often interrupted by 30-second ad breaks, which can get annoying depending on your patience. Still, it's a very nice puzzle... platformer? Kinda sorta, it's a nice puzzle game nonetheless.
Quite a good game. Outstanding, yet simple graphics along with amazing sound design give this game the illusion that it's an HD game. Fairly easy controls, and levels that progressively increase in difficulty ensure you always have a challenge waiting for you when you return. Highly recommending this to anyone and everyone!