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148apps (Oct 21, 2008)
Trism is one of those games that came from out of no where. While similar to a couple different genres, it’s has some very unique game play. It is also one of the best games released in the App Store so far yet you might not be familiar with it. Oh yeah, and it’s a whole lot of fun.
Slide to Play (Aug 30, 2008)
These are really minor quibbles in the face of Trism's overall greatness, though. This is the kind of game you will come back to over and over again; the more you play it, the better it gets. At $4.99, buying Trism should be a no-brainer.
Macworld (Mar 02, 2011)
Demiforce’s Trism was one of the first iPhone breakout games that everyone was suddenly downloading and playing—and the game, which is now a universal app optimized for the iPad as well as the iPhone and iPod touch, remains worthy of your attention. Its essence is simple—you’re presented with a screen of equilateral triangles of different colors. You move triangles as a ribbon that wraps around the edges either diagonally left or right, or horizontally.
App Spy (Jul 13, 2009)
If you’re looking for a change from the usual puzzle gameplay, then Trism is a worth a look at. You might not use the gravity mechanics that much at first but you’ll soon appreciate it as it becomes a necessity on harder levels. Overall however, there’s a decent amount of gameplay here, great for killing time but features plenty of room for future improvements.
IGN (Aug 22, 2008)
For five bucks, Trism isn't a bad puzzle game, but besides the Syllogism mode I don’t see much replay value in this one. It’s a very simple game with a nice little twist, but only hardcore puzzle fanatics may find it interesting for an extended period.