Play solo against a decent AI or hotseat against another player. Score seven goals and you win. What else do you want?
Controlling the pad is similar to real life. You drag your finger to move it. But where real life glow hockey can tire your arm, this little game can give you a sore fingertip, because sliding left and right will wear off the thin layer of fat that you have.
But luck has it that you can control your paddle in two ways. Besides sliding for movement, you can also tap on the screen to have the paddle move directly to that spot. Of course, this kind of control requires some neuron rewiring, but I bet you can adapt in no time.
There are several difficulty levels. Choose the one that frustrates you the least.
Glow Hockey can get frustrating, especially when your finger starts sticking to the touchscreen. On the flipside, it supports two local players at the same time, so it's a decent choice for killing time on the train.