Have you ever played Chinese checkers? Have you ever gone to a Cracker Barrel restaurant and played that game with the Golf Tees? Well SoloPlay is sort of like a combination of both of those games. Only with SoloPlay it's on an iPhone and the golf tees are green balls. As far as user interfaces go, SoloPlay is simplistic but clean and definitely easy to understand. There is one screen with a set of green balls in the shape of a plus sign. There is one ball missing. Users make moves by jumping one ball over another ball. There's a timer to keep track of the time it takes you to get done with all the turns you have available. At the top is an undo and redo button, a time clock, a pause button and an info button. That's about it. Users make moves by jumping one ball over another ball until there are no moves left or one ball left on the screen. That's about all there is to it.
As far as game play goes SoloPlay is simple yet fun to play. Users make moves by jumping one ball over another. After each jump a ball gets removed and the play continues. The game ends when all the balls are gone or all the moves that can be made have been made.
To see SoloPlay in action check out the video review below: