You surely can use some logic to find the solution, but I found that instead of thinking too much I just started tapping right away in what I felt was a good order; often I would not solve the puzzle on the first attempt, but could try again in a slightly different order to fix my mistakes.
There's a great variety of shapes and difficulties. Unfortunately the solutions to many puzzles are not unique, and in some cases I was even able to solve a puzzle without using all the balloons. So I don't think the puzzle design has been done with all the care it should have taken.
In terms of mechanics, the only additional element I found is a "swapping" balloon, which is used sporadically.
The most annoying thing in this game is that the graphics are very low resolution, as can be seen clearly here:
I also think that the animations during the screen transitions have an excessive amount of bouncing, which makes them feel cheesy.
There's a total of 180 puzzles playable for free; that should be more than enough for most people. There's also two additional packs of 60 puzzles each, purchasable separately. Surely worth a try.
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