Babylon

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Build a tower of bricks to the sky! ...Or at least to the green-and-white goal line. You've got to stack up blocks to reach the target height in this physics puzzler, but it's not as easy as it looks... You've got a dozen-odd different block types to work with, and not all of them play nicely one another! Keep dangerous blocks from reacting and use friendly blocks to your advantage to build the tallest tower you can!

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Maybe it's just my limited mentality, but I'm having trouble understanding this game and had to finally quit at level nine because after a certain point, I was unable to place any more blocks at all.

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It's not a good sign when you don't understand what's going on in a game like this.

I watched a walk through on YouTube and still couldn't understand why certain things in the game were happening. I eventually gave up trying to play.

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Before you hit play
"rules"

-that grey one is steel
-rock breaks glass; glass loves to break
-cactus pops water
-yellow block blows up tnt, scratch that, anything dropped on tnt makes it explode, unless tnt is frozen
-yellow blocks are bouncers, bouncing over the height does not count as victory unless the block lands on a surface; bouncy blocks are less annoying when on their sides
-steel connects by magnets
-water freezes on both sides of an iceblock and cactus freezes as well, everything freezes except fire
-electrical blocks only like themselves? can be eliminated by fireblocks
-fire only burns so far if there is ice it stops; water turns fire into rock
-the green one, he is not a zombie, he is a sticky booger

monster face (stone or steel) eats same type block be it above or below

the more blocks you use the less points you get

Generally you always get the block back that you dropped, but it costs you that 10 gold for the turn, but the second time you don't get it back; now if the block gets annihilated you don't get it back.

seems like sometimes it is malfunctional, level 7 for instance

by the way I can click about ten times faster than it allows me to place the blocks.

an upside down magnet should cling upside down, but it doesn't

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