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Eyezmaze blogOn of Eyezmaze has started a blog, Eyezblog, and he is writing in English. He has even posted a new puzzle game on it: Movie Puzzle.

It is great to see that On has decided to strike up a dialog with the many fans of his games throughout the world. Welcome to the blogosphere, On! =)

Thanks go to Sean for the link.


I wonder if he uses computer translator for english texts.

I find the name of Movie Puzzle confusing, I thought it was about movies :)
Shouldnt it be Moving Puzzle? Or Move Puzzle?

Of course name doesnt matter and game itself is great as usual. Well, everything he does is great :)


Trickey at the start, but fun, i found finding the corners the best thing to do. Then look for the piece that the ball transferd to after the corner...Its fun and catchy, how well do you do ?
Cool site Jay keep it up
(A.K.A. Khrisper)


what a clever idea for a game!

Luckdragon October 24, 2005 4:23 PM

Movie puzzle is very difficult for me. The whole real-time cause-consequence angle is hard to grasp.


New game up on the blog, it is kind of neat for a minute. Highest score on it was 80, I also enjoyed the engrish made by the translator program he said he used because his partner/translator was out.


Yea, new game is up and some pictures and perhaps more of outtakes from Grow CUBE. My high score on the hammer game is 1154 ^_^. Ok, I know what you think, but after about 100 points, it gives you a bonus level that exponentially raises your points.

CloneWarrior May 21, 2006 2:30 PM

Okay, I was thinking about making a comic about the Eyez Maze characters, but it would be much easier with the names.

I'm not very good at Hatch, so could you guys help me get the names for most of the characters on the site?

I don't wanna bother On, he's done enough!

Oh and this was what I thought to be the most logical place to post this! Sorry if it's trouble!

starryskies December 14, 2008 11:07 AM

This game is soooooo hard!
Does anyone know how to do it?


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