RayRay Parade


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RayRay ParadeNow that I have a couple of weeks of free time before the winter quarter begins, I plan to catch up on things around here with more reviews, as well as some special features I'm working on to make the site even better. And to start things off, I'd like to introduce you to RayRay Parade: a charming logic puzzle game starring cute little children that scamper into play in formation, and then flash their tummies at you when you solve their puzzles.

The objective of the instantly familiar game is to get all of the RayRays standing. Clicking on a RayRay will change its state: a sitting RayRay will stand, while a standing RayRay will sit. Some RayRays affect others around it, so the trick becomes figuring out the correct sequence.

There are three difficulty modes, and five tables (levels) to each mode. Upon finishing you will be given a letter grade (A through F) based on how many moves, or clicks, that it took you to solve all 5 levels.

Play RayRay Parade

With thanks to Yaneev of Tel Aviv for suggesting this delightful game. =)

17 Comments

AHH! JAY! Absolutely adorable! :D I love the little kids that scamper by when you're playing.

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Oh my gosh, adorable!!! Once you figure out the secret, which is super obvious, it's a cute, easy diversion. Great entry!

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too easy. had it beat in 5 min. But my brother on the other hand.... he spent almost 15 min and STILL didnt beat it.
Great job jay

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Oh my god, this game is just TOO cute!
Great site, keep it up, Jay!

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Please don't support Ebaumsworld.

For more info: http://ebaumsworldsucks.com/

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jay, I found a bug in your project :)

If you pick up an item and then change the category while the item is still being dragged, it can eventually get stuck in wrong category.

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Jay, this is a great game. And your project looks great. I really like the drag and drop into the cart. With all respect for your design and understanding that you may already have thought of them, I have a few thoughts on the project. 1. Once an item is placed in the cart, perhaps there is a way of marking it so that you know you've already put it in there. For instance, if I put "Into the Labyrinth" into the cart, it reappers in the CD category. But if I go poking around the rest of the store, I might not (without checking my cart) remember if I've put it in the cart yet. Perhaps just a little cart image superimposed. 2. In the cart screen, certain items with long names have a portion of the description (i.e. The Serpent's Egg) cut off due to the width of the cart. 3. It is not clear to me how to change the quantity in the cart. I've tried a number of methods (including changing the number from 1 to 2 and hitting enter) but can't make it work. I sincerly hope you find these thoughts useful.

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Waaay cute...love those little guys.

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Thank you, Tonypa. =)

And thank you also, SMJ, your thoughtful suggestions are excellent. If I update the project, I will be certain to include your ideas.

cheers!

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Stein - thank you for the enlightenment.

Unfortunately, I was unable to locate the author's official site for this game. It is often the case, with some of these Flash games, that their only home appears to be on a Flash games site. I do my best to find its proper home, but in the end am left with a choice: not link at all, or share these goodies with others.

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Did you notice, Stein, that the eBaum's World Sux thing is hosted on eBaum's World? Just a thought.

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Brooke, you may want to look again, more carefully.

Just because they have eBaum's logo at the top of the page, that doesn't mean it's hosted by eBaum's World.

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Awwww these little guys are sooooo cute!!!

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raymond hardy March 22, 2006 1:53 PM

appear all my money

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i dont get it =D

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heeee its so cute when they lift their shirts up and do a little jig i just wanna eat them they're so cute!

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hey there.
the link no longer works

[Thanks, yaneev! :) I've updated the links in the review. -Jay]

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