It only seems to us that the world around us is simple and understandable, but as soon as we look through the microscope, a new, completely unexplored universe of microorganisms with its own laws and regularities opens up before us. Don't believe me? Welcome to Dirac. If you're a gamer or following the mobile gaming industry out of sport, you've probably heard or played Editors' Choice Smash Hit and Does not Commute. So, Dirac is a new game product from the same developer, Mediocre company. This fact alone is enough to spark interest in the new game among mobile gamers … Dirac is an endless arcade puzzle game in which you have to connect particles of the same color with lines or closed polygons. Particles are emitted by one pulsating molecule located in the center of the playing field. As the molecule emits particles of two colors (red and blue), it loses mass and decreases in volume. As soon as the molecule disappears and the vital indicator is zero, the game is over. To prevent this from happening, you need to connect the red particles (at the initial difficulty level). In addition to restoring a molecule, points are awarded for bonds between particles. Particles can be connected either by one continuous line or into closed spaces. The more particles you managed to enclose in the contour, the more points you get. As the game progresses, score multipliers will appear on the screen – luminous particles. Circle it and the points you get will be multiplied by 2, 4, and so on. If a particle leaves the playing field, you lose points. If the line connecting two particles is crossed by a particle of a different color, the connection is destroyed and points are not awarded. Dirac is not limited in time, and there are no classic levels either – you just keep playing and collecting points. As the technique of the game improves, you can choose another difficulty, in which it will be necessary to follow not only the red particles, but also the blue ones. There are 5 difficulty levels in the game from 'Noviciun' to 'Absurdium'. The last name sounds eloquent. I did not manage to achieve much success even at the initial level of complexity, since the molecule grows rapidly and more particles are emitted as it grows, and it is not easy to follow all dynamic objects on the screen, believe me. I would especially like to note the graphic component of the game, which is worthy of all praise. We know from past Mediocre products that the developer knows how to create beautiful games, but at Dirac the guys have outdone themselves. Yes, the game looks great and is accompanied by a high-quality soundtrack, but I was not enough for a long time – it lacks a competitive component, there is no challenge to the player's capabilities and the game quickly gets boring. And the price of 149 rubles for a purchase does not dispose in any way.