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Smash Lights

Smash Lights for PC and MAC

Is a Casual game developed by KIXX located at 東京都台東区元浅草1丁目6番地12号. The game is suitable for Rated for 3+ and required Android version is 4.1 and up.

How to run this game on PC or MAC

You can run all Android games and applications on your PC or MAC computer. Using a free software called Bluestacks, you don't need to purchase anything but games or applications it self if it isn't free.

Now you can use this Casual game on your PC or MAC.
User Reviews
It would be nice to have a restart button as well in options to turn off the preview of next button to click. Will change to 5 stars if added
Despite of I've a wonderful gadged (Xperia ZL) this very simple game is the on I'm always playing. PERFECT.
I love playing this game after waking up, after coffee, after weight training, after cardio training, after yoga, after meditation, after superfood smoothie, or after a few beers. I a fascinating way to see how/when your brain can work through each game. I'm best after cardio, I seem to have quick reactions and ability to keep my focus for the entire seconds. Heh, Good stuff
Very addicting game. But this should be updated. It is way easier to score a high score in its version
The game could do with tile scaling options so that people with larger phones and devices can make the tiles smaller.
I wish there was diferent levels like more or less scores and a different score and amount to do each time other then your own score. Still 5/5
Only Change, I want is... It should start with 2*2 instead of 4*4 so that whenever I install it, I don't have to play from beginning.
You guys can create so super simple game concept and well done entertaining, challenging and time to time addicting , while others do some complex 3d stuff but so boring.
I see the high scorers playing with a 2x2 grid...but i dont have that option...I just have 4x4 and 5x5 grids...Y so???
I am no longer able to access settings for any of the Kixx games on my new phone. Is there a fix for this?
Fun! No thinking and very simple. Involve fast reflexes, quick eye and hand movements. I can do 2 rounds in a minute.