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Disk Field

Disk Field is a simple yet engrossing action puzzler that works wonders with a fairly basic concept. Your goal is to guide your black and white disk into the red hole. But instead of controlling the disk directly, you rotate the arrows on the field of play, like an undulating topographical map.

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-=Mark=- July 29, 2009 1:51 PM

Fun for a few minutes, but not fun enough to keep playing after the first couple of hard levels (stopped at level 10).

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Hey, a video game about vector fields!

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I like this! It's a slick presentation of a difficult concept.

The difficulty curve seems inconsistent (I gave up on a level that involved "platforming", its arrows didn't turn like the others, and my brain exploded) but I rated it 5/5 anyway.

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Level 20 = Beastly. But the challenge is what made it so fun.

Also, the music makes me want to go home and play some Megaman 9.

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MY EYES!!!!

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Like one of those optical illusions that you can still see when you turn your head away, my vision has seemed to be permanently fixed with a fine shade of yellow.

Anyway, like the reviewer said, the intrinsic feel of the entire playing field shifting under the arrow keys is completely satisfying in itself even if there wasn't a game attached to it. I enjoyed what I played and as I learned the subtle techniques to beating levels I found the gameplay even more rewarding.

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I gave up at level 9, but trying to quit in the middle of a game crashed my browser (Firefox 3.5). :/

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@Kevin Reid, I was thinking the same thing.

Anyone else having issues seeing the whole playing field? I can see it fine on the developer's site, but it gets cut off on JiG.

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Hey Stu, can you post a screenshot?

I just checked the dimensions of the SWF, and it's 600x490, and I double checked the embed code and that's set accordingly.

The entire game is displaying fine for me. I'd like to see what you're seeing, if I could please.

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Nice idea, which would appeal to anyone who ever studied electromagnetism, but not very rewarding, and random at times. Waiting for a perfect Disk Field 2.

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Nevermind, issue was on my end--I must have accidentally zoomed out one day and not realized it. Looks great now!

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Not phyzzle, PHUZZLE!

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master_flea Author Profile Page July 31, 2009 4:03 AM

Level 16 burns my eyes. I can get to the top middle, but can't get the last bit of the way.

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I have the same problem at level 16. Anyone could help? It's just so near the end of the levels...

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The easiest way to beat the top part of level 16:

You need to travel from the pit on the right to the pit on the left, not via the safe area in the upper middle of the screen. I found it most helpful to wait on the far right of the first pit, wait for both of the moving bars to be in sync, and then gun it across to the second pit. From there, it's easy to get up to the far left portion of the screen. Took me FOREVER to figure this level out. Sheesh.

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I can't see the whole screen either, just the top left. For me it seems to be a flash/firefox problem though (mac osx, firefox 3.5). When I tried it in Safari it works as it should.

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