eyeBleed ($0.99) is quite an eyesore packed in an addictive game. The objective is quite hard to see, but every single ball in the various boxes is moving in certain directions, and you must choose two of the topmost balls in each level (the largest ball in the box at the time) that are moving in exactly the same direction. For example, two green balls might be going counterclockwise in a circular motion. Those two are a match. Then the red balls become the topmost balls – you can mix and match a green ball with a red ball as long as the topmost ball in each layer is moving in the same direction.
It’s quite fun, but I’d call it sensory overload (and there’s not even music with this game!) However, you’ll find yourself itching for more once the gameplay is over — especially to beat your higher score.