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The 1982 classic arcade game of Q*bert, re-created in Shockwave for online play over the Web. The object of the game is to move your Q*bert around the play field, hopping onto each square to turn it to the target color shown. While the default keys to use for movement are U, K, H, and M, the game does allow you to change them to suit your preference. Watch out for the various enemies that are out to stop you from completing your quest, though not everything that moves is bad. Catch the green balls to stop all enemies in their tracks for a moment giving you time to clear the board. The green hopping monsters that change the blocks back to their starting color can also be caught. This version, W*bert, was programmed and produced by Raul Silva and is hosted on Tripletsandus.com.

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You've got me beat, Nick. My best is about 23000. I can't seem to get past Round 1 of Level 3. It gets tough! But this game is one of my favorites from years ago.


Round 2, Level 3, 31525. =)

Skull Face72 November 6, 2007 12:28 PM

I got this for PS1

Patreon Crew SonicLover May 29, 2008 6:30 PM

Is it my imagination, or does that image change every time you load the page?


I'm not getting the game, when I click the link my firefox tries to download a ".dcr" file which I have no clue how to identify. Anyone else getting that error? Is there something I should know?


@Kitty: Yup, me too.


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