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3/5 (20 votes)

Simple, modern, addictive. These are the adjectives this physics-puzzle game uses to describe itself. Click the blocks to make them move, fall, or disappear, so you can guide the green circles and squares onto the blue blocks. An infectiously fun time waster.

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mittudomain May 9, 2015 11:12 AM

This game seems seriously puzzling at the outset - and not the good way. Round pieces rolling on totally level gorund, pushing down pieces of about the same dimensions without effort... Piece description could do with some more work too...

Leopardmask May 9, 2015 2:05 PM

Oh look, a game that's too big for my screen and doesn't scale when I zoom out. Wonderful.
On a positive note, this makes me think of some weird combo of Red Remover and The I of It. Actually, a few different games I know of use that interesting voice modulator but for some reason I of It springs to mind first. I like it!


I gave up on the second level. trying to figure out how to get those blocks to stop perfectly on those tiny blocks, with zero hints? confusing as heck.


I like it. And that Brazilian/Portuguese voice.


On level 2,

I managed to get the green blocks to stop in the middle by making the left and right towers topple at the same time (full height).

But after that, I wasn't sure how to get one of them to touch the blue square below without losing them both - which is what I assume must be done to complete that level.

There wasn't any real explanation on how to play the game.
And like somebody else said, the circles roll on a flat surface, but also manage to pick up speed

since on the first level, the only way to make sure you don't knock the square off is to slow down the ball's momentum by removing the obstacles one at a time


It is confusing at first, but after about two levels it is very easy to follow. I zipped through the first 43 levels, but had to skip 44. It would likely be easier to play on a tablet.

I have a 13 inch screen and this fit just fine.

Level 2

Click yellow block, click left bottom red block of right stack of blocks.
Click red block to remove yellow block.
Remove 2 red blocks below left stack, then remove right bottom red block. Now it lands flat instead of flying.


Stylish, interesting and the tutorial gives all the explanation needed.


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