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3.8/5 (64 votes)

Distort the magnetic force of the world to smash through the targets in this psychedelic puzzle game with a warped sense of style. MagnetiZR requires a sharp eye, a dose of patience, and a willingness to experiment. Don't worry; this is one time when it's okay to play with magnets on your computer.

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I really enjoyed the gameplay. The problem with a lot of these games is that they require these convoluted paths and pixel perfect placement of every element, (like Gravitee or Pyro, to name two recent ones) and that just sucks. This one was much better about that kind of thing. If anything it was a bit too easy.

My one complaint is that the graphics in this one were terrible. I couldn't figure out what I was looking at half the time.


I'd like to see level 17 done with 2 magnets.


Reminds me of the game Auditorium in its use of attractants and repellants to guide a moving object to a target.


i don't know if anyone else is having this problem, but why is level 6 refusing to give me the Challenge achievement when I've been using only 1 magnet??


I really like the graphics. They're simple and easy on the eye :D



It's a book with a beautiful cover, but diminished by it's content. The content of which, in stark contrast from the visuals, just feels a little downsized. A game of trial and error just doesn't live up to the expectations the aesthetics give it.


Level 16 seems to not be working correctly...

the green color changer doesn't work.

I tried the walkthrough, and it didn't change a thing.



Try looking at the green colour changer's border


Is it just me, or is Level 6 bugged such that it is impossible to get the Challenge Medal (I can do it with just one magnet, but the challenge never registers as having been completed)?


Is a bug I fixed a couple of hours after the game was release it's very probable the site you're playing it in hasn't updated the game.


King.com is distributing a version that is dated September 1st.

In any event, I've updated the version we're hosting to the same version that's up on King. Hopefully we now have the latest version available.

To get the latest version, just reload this page:

Mystic Kirby September 21, 2009 10:40 PM

This is a really good game. The music is hypnotizing, and the puzzles were great... until they started to introduce timing into the mix.


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