Lux on Android

Lux on Android


Lux is an experimental game that intends to materialize the colors of digital light. Shake your iPhone to see the colors emerging from the screen. You can also choose your own colors and discover how they melt as you move your screen.
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80
4.0
User ratings
6
Installs
100+
Concerns
0
File size
270 kb
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About Lux on Android
Lux is an experimental game that intends to materialize the colors of digital light. Shake your iPhone to see the colors emerging from the screen. You can also choose your own colors and discover how they melt as you move your screen.

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A Google User
May 10, 2012
Pointless battery killer Run the app, and a screen appears telling you to shake your phone. Shake your phone, and the screen flashes several different colors in extremely rapid succession, in full-screen mode. That's it. That's all it does. This is the most pointless app I've yet encountered, and I've encountered hundreds. Unless you want a way to quickly lose battery power and gain a headache, avoid this.
A Google User
May 10, 2012
Pointless battery killer Run the app, and a screen appears telling you to shake your phone. Shake your phone, and the screen flashes several different colors in extremely rapid succession, in full-screen mode. That's it. That's all it does. This is the most pointless app I've yet encountered, and I've encountered hundreds. Unless you want a way to quickly lose battery power and gain a headache, avoid this.
Anonymous
May 10, 2012
Pointless battery killer Run the app, and a screen appears telling you to shake your phone. Shake your phone, and the screen flashes several different colors in extremely rapid succession, in full-screen mode. That's it. That's all it does. This is the most pointless app I've yet encountered, and I've encountered hundreds. Unless you want a way to quickly lose battery power and gain a headache, avoid this.