Isoball X-1


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elleelle_isoballx1_image2.pngMore is always better, right? So when Candyflame comes out with another game in the Isoball series, it's a no-brainer that it's going to be awesome. Merging the joy of a Hot Wheels track, a Lego set and a very fragile glass marble, Isoball X-1 adds 36 levels, 18 hidden achievements, and even a complex sandbox to the player pleasing physics puzzle game. All levels are open, and you can jump to the one you want by using the "level select" icon in the upper left corner of the play screen.

As in Isoball 3, you devise a route to move the ball from start to finish. This feat is made complicated by a multifarious map, prescribed checkpoints and a limited number of building blocks. This time, the game provides a "how to" menu with clear usage instructions, keyboard shortcuts and new pieces such as energy bridges and triggers to add to the isometric fun. The challenge ramps up quickly but any frustration factor is virtually eliminated—when a level has you hopelessly stymied, just take a quick peek at the solution via the main menu.

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Effortlessly addicting, Isoball X-1 is perfectly built for constructive enjoyment whenever you want more of it. It's so easy to get caught up with the mind melding perplexers, the next thing you'll be wanting more of is time.

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10 Comments

Excellent, what a nice early Christmas present!

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It had me with the smooth jazz alone. Awesome puzzles :)

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baileydonk Author Profile Page December 19, 2011 2:58 PM

Can't figure out level 11. Could do it with more directional arrows, but need a hint!

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Could someone help me with level 13? any clue?

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Billy Nitro December 23, 2011 4:01 PM

What is the name of that song? It's so good.

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Billy Nitro Author Profile Page December 28, 2011 1:06 PM

elle,

No kidding. My best solution thus far has been to open the game in another tab and just let it play every time I want to hear it.

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