Factory Balls 3
Factory Balls is back! The original Factory Balls was an entry in our Casual Gameplay Design Competition #4 and was so popular it spawned a sequel, Factory Balls 2. Now Bart Bonte has returned with Factory Balls 3, more wicked ways to waste time attempting to paint small white balls to factory spec while a throbbing beat plays in the background.
The premise of this charming little puzzle game seems pretty simple (the operative word here being seems. You start with a rotating cog full of little white balls. Before you on the screen are tools ranging from cans of paint to belts, masks, glasses, plungers, screwdrivers, and other tools that you can use to make one little white ball match the picture on the box below. You must, in fact, match the picture in order for the ball to drop from the screen and move you to the next level. Easy, yes?
Well, sort of easy, at least in the early levels. At first all you need to do is reproduce paint patterns on the balls, then you move on to more advanced fare; such as using seeds to make balls covered in flowers or grass, creating much more elaborate and geometric patterns, or using other tools to turn your little balls into cutesy animals like bunnies and pigs. Look at the end design very closely before you begin. It is imperative that you think before you act and plan out the order of your moves very carefully, otherwise you may have to trash your work and start over from the beginning.
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It's hard to go wrong with a Bart Bonte game. Everything Bart produces is tons of fun and Factory Balls 3 is no exception. With its cutesy visuals and kicking soundtrack, Factory Balls 3 is one of the best time wasters around. With 30 levels of decorating madness, the casual gamer will find themselves absorbed in this strange, twisted little world where plungers are used to make ears and noses, and surgical masks are a fantastic tool for creating layers of color. Come; be assimilated and join us in the twisted little world that is Factory Balls 3. One of us, one of us, one of us...