By kunabi brother GmbH

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-10-25
  • Current Version: 1.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 198.01 MB
  • Developer: kunabi brother GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 5
From 10,436 Ratings


Draw paths to guide the flocking spirits to their home planets. Watch countless beautiful creatures emerge from light, bring balance to a world in constant motion, and unravel its mysteries. For the first time in your pocket: • Dancing Stardust • Frantic Swarms • … and Neutrino Flowers In a breathtaking tale about attraction, interaction, and transformation. Also starring: • Particle Hunters • Glowing Baitballs • Firecracker Bouquets • Living Walls • Fountains of Light • Supergravity Shepherds • … and many more! *** Please note *** In FROST, you can interact with swarms and flocks consisting of thousands of individual agents. To make this possible, the game utilizes the graphics technology Metal to the fullest and is therefore available only on the App Store.



  • Perfecttttt !!!!

    By Scktch
  • Lovely game, too short

    By maryam rose
    Beautifully-designed, dynamic, low-stress (soothing, even) puzzle game. Visually very interesting and encourages curiosity and tinkering. I hope they release more levels soon, because I made it through all the levels in a day.
  • Wish there were more

    By Zephyrooni
    I've played this through twice now, I wish they'd come out with another set of levels. This is one of my favorite games.
  • Not enough levels

    By watsr...
    For as much as this game costs, I was extremely disappointed to make it to the 50’s level and then have a screen say “See You Later.” You can beat this game in an hour. Can’t believe it costs so much for so little.
  • Great aesthetic but hijacks screen brightness

    By ErikSF999
    I like this dev's design sense; both blek and frost feel like very happily combined investigations of visual design, particle systems, and tactile logic. I find myself wanting to draw with these games more than solve the puzzles, and since there are no time limits, I could do that as much as I wanted. Except for one thing: why does frost insist on jacking up screen brightness to 100%? I'm a little surprised that a sandboxed app is allowed to do this on iOS. It's an egregious accessibility failure: for many users, iOS devices at full brightness are impossible, and even painful, to look at. Given that these bright blue screens are known to interfere with sleep, I find myself wondering if the devs are slyly trying to make us stay up late to keep playing. Can't say I particularly appreciate the prank. Or the splitting headache.
  • Not much

    By Freeyahheart
    I loved the game, but beware if you do! If you play a few times per day, you will complete all the levels in no time. (3 days for me) The app then dismisses you to return later and you are forced to start over. Please add more levels!
  • How long is the wait?

    By codyth3hunter
    Beautiful game! I literally didn’t put my phone down until it was over! But I have an issue paying $5 for a game on MY PHONE, and still do not have any new levels. What has it been now, 2 months of waiting?
  • Awesome

    By DaBoiWhoSaidYes
    This Game so so amazing. I Started it and ended up just watching it. So mesmerizing. 👍

    By iMonkglen
    I took weeks to even address the “system” in a way to elicit pseudo-intelligent habit particles (particle or wave?) streams. But after that I enjoyed figuring out, and intuiting, responses to higher levels at a logarithmic acceleration such that my amygdaloid reward centers began feeding on this game and my body temperature rose 4 degrees temporarily. Then a write a review field opened and I composed this and I cooled off. Now, a break, but unlike others of days I’ll be back soon to go to level 30.
  • Top 3 app

    By diegodotta
    Highly recommended app. I'm waiting more levels. Meanwhile I'm using Youper and Kindle.