Bright Lights

A while back I wrote about an app called Light Show. At the time of my review, it was kind of messed up but it was the only pocket Lite-Brite around.

Bright Lights is the latest entry in the battle for Lite-Brite nerds. It doesn’t have quite as much space for placing colored pegs, but overall it’s nicely put together and should do the trick if you need to relive this part of your childhood.

These are the colors included with Bright Lights as of today:

  • Blue
  • Brown
  • Green
  • Orange
  • Pink
  • Purple
  • Red
  • Turquoise
  • White
  • Yellow
Not bad! That’s a pretty good variety. When you’re done with your dotted masterpiece, you can save the image to your camera roll, or you can reset (clear) the board and start over. A word of caution, though: it’s pretty easy to hit reset by accident. It won’t be the end of the world, I mean come on… it’s a freakin’ Lite-Brite so recreating your work shouldn’t be too hard… but one wrong tap can sweep your pegs off the board.
 
Something else you should know is that your work will be lost if you answer a phone call, so you’ll want to hit Decline if your mom calls while you’re in the middle of drawing hexagon-shaped boobies.
 
Otherwise, NinjaPirate Software has done a nice job on this Lite-Brite iteration. If your kids are bugging you to get them an actual Lite-Brite so they can leave the pegs all over the house, just pay the $.99 for Bright Lights. They’ll probably think it’s cooler anyway.
 

One Response to “Bright Lights”

  1. Tbone Says:

    Great app! I love that game!


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