Remember wayyyyy back when there used to be books published that would stick a random object in a collage of different objects and make you find that ONE object? Confused? Pretty much. While I usually managed to find said object after a long period of looking, it always used to bug me that I had such a hard time finding those stupid little things.
By now, you might be wondering why I just went on a monologue cursing the very existence of search and find books. The answer is pretty simple -- Time Geeks is just one big search and find book, app style. Is this a bad thing? No. If you are one of those people that absolutely love doing that sort of task, this app executes it flawlessly in a number of colorful, pixilated areas that bring a true last-generation arcade feel to the game.
Being as though this is an indie game developed by a relatively obscure studio, there isn't really that much to hate about TimeGeeks. The graphics are colorful and the music complements the feel of the game well. If you like the genre, you'll undoubtedly like the app and will be willing to put down the money for it. If you're like me, though, and search and find games really aren't that high on your list, I'd take a quick pass and spend the money elsewhere.