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Prose and Motion

It's word game meets physics puzzle in Prose and Motion, a unique game by DeeperBeige. Click and drag letters to the starting point on each stage, carefully arranging them one by one in a neat little row. Spell a word to move on to the next level, spell the correct word and you're even more awesome!

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Prose and Motion Walkthrough:
(Perfect Word)

A

EASY

B

RULES

C

SUPER

D

UPBEAT

E

CARESS

F

ELATE

G

ASTUTE

H

SPAN

I

ASSUME

J

ACCEPT

K

IGNORE

L

SEDATE

M

SECURE

N

HABIT

O

SLOPE

P

VEXED

Q

BATTLE

R

INTENT

S

RUSE

T

WASTE

U

WATCH

V

TIGHT

W

BROKEN

X

DECIDE

Y

ESCAPE

Z

DEBRIS

Bonus 1

MOFUNZONE

Bonus 2

FELINE

Bonus 3

IDEAL

26 Comments

Cool! New game!!

I just started playing, but I do love the concept of the game.

on the second level, the one where the letters are

PURSE

you can't place the

p

anywhere and have it still spell a word....

I don't understand how you are supposed to figure out the "perfect word." There don't seem to be any hints in the text, like poetry, rhyming, or famous quotes...

@sgtdroopy - There are hints in the verbage in the background of each level. They're not always clear to me either but I do like the game.

The physical challenge is an interesting twist on word games. Since I like physics games, it adds nicely to the play.

Nice idea, but the physics are frustrating enough to push this into "no fun" territory for me. When I know the word and know how to make it, I shouldn't have to spend ten minutes nudging pieces around and hoping they'll stay in place.

It's not as good as Blocks With Letters On, but then again, nothing is. It's nevertheless pretty neat; I made it through the whole thing without too much trouble, though I need to go back and get some of the "perfect words".

I wonder, though--is there a place to see the achievements you get?

This is a pretty neat little game. I've had a lot of fun with it. Pretty hard to get some of the letters to align right, though...

I'm obviously not understanding something about the 'perfect word' concept. For example, on Level E, where is the clue that the solution is

caress?

I like the concept, but the vagueness of the clues, combined with the two worst things about drag-and-drop physics in Flash (spinning pieces, and drag-outside-the-frame wonkiness) just ruin it for me.

More than one of the levels I played had only one solution, and since I couldn't get that based on the clue, it was basically anagrams-with-rotating-letters, followed by struggle to place the letters.

However, I won't vote negatively, since I'm personally not very good at anagrams. If you are, and you don't mind being patient placing pieces, I think you will enjoy this game.

Also, don't forget, there is a complete video walkthrough linked from within the game if you get really stuck. The hints seemed pretty much worthless if you are trying to get the "perfect" word.

jimbog: I only saw this possible connection after randomly guessing the word, but

perhaps the mention of "physical fun" or something similar in the text? *shrugs*

Nice and original idea, but it's definitely not funny for me.
You have to put enormous care into handling letters, as they start spinning like crazy if you don't move very slowly.
And the music is soporific...

I normally LOVE games like this, and this one was really good, but it got boring after a few levels.

Not sure if it's cheating, but I used an anagram generator to find the perfect words for some levels

I loved this game. It confused me yet was interesting enough to keep me playing. I was just wondering if anyone know where to get the music? I find it kind of relaxing and was wondering who made it.

Managed to finish everything but the "correct" solution to L (although I've found two valid but wrong solutions to that one so far.) By far, X was the trickiest one, and probably took me just as long by itself as all the others did together. The correct word is pretty obvious, it's just the really tricky (bordering on hair-pulling) balancing act to get to it that's the problem.

Has anyone figured out how many bonus levels there are?

I've seen 1-3, but it seems like there might be room for a fourth.

Not even the level hints make any sense. Sure they give you help in getting a word to get by, but not any help at all in the getting the perfect word.

The physics make this game a chore.

Prose and Motion Walkthrough:
(Perfect Word)

A

EASY

B

RULES

C

SUPER

D

UPBEAT

E

CARESS

F

ELATE

G

ASTUTE

H

SPAN

I

ASSUME

J

ACCEPT

K

IGNORE

L

SEDATE

M

SECURE

N

HABIT

O

SLOPE

P

VEXED

Q

BATTLE

R

INTENT

S

RUSE

T

WASTE

U

WATCH

V

TIGHT

W

BROKEN

X

DECIDE

Y

ESCAPE

Z

DEBRIS

Bonus 1

MOFUNZONE

Bonus 2

FELINE

Bonus 3

IDEAL

I liked this. When I finally figured out level E's perfect word, I kicked myself: it obviously fits the text much better than the more "obvious" word I'd solved it with first.

I ended up having to use an anagram generator for two levels - L and Z. For L I kinda kicked myself, whereas Z is the kind of anagram I always have problems with: it would have taken me days to come up with that! But again, like all the perfect words, it clearly fits the clue much better than the other word.

I'm a bit vexed with the names of the achievements: they give away some of the secret words for the bonus levels :-x

I've only got 3 bonus levels, and that looks like all I can find, but you're right, it does look like there's room for a fourth...

Very fun. I'm often take-it-or-leave-it with physics puzzles, but the clever balancing was just the right difficulty here; and the fascinating twist on anagrams (being able to rotate letters) was very satisfying too.

This game made me scream.

I can't find the bonus levels. Where are they?!

I cannot get v/x. They are so tricky!! And where are those bonus levels?!

I'm stuck on "x". Anyone know how the set up is supposed to go?

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