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Rating: 4.3/5 (54 votes)
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Happydemic

elleLiving their city lives uneventfully, all seemed to be going well for the gray dudes. Until one of them came down with a highly contagious bout of happiness! Now, anyone the infected comes in contact with will also be glowing orange with glee. You, too, can spread the Happydemic in this catchy physics puzzle. Use a well-planned and carefully timed sequence of clicks to break blocks, dropping, rolling or propelling the happy characters toward the sad ones, being careful to not fall out of sight. Also beware of the evil guys, who are nothing but downers; remove them from the scene before they touch anyone else with their doom and gloom.

Here, Monzazart deftly created a comfortable user interface and reliably logical physics, assembling cut-the-rope-like puzzles with some flavors of Bristlies and Let It Glow stirred in. It may not be as cute or unique, but it does have a zippy mood to elevate the casual mode of gameplay. With 28 stages plus a puzzle to complete, the challenge ramps up slowly but progressively enough to remain interesting throughout. Happydemic works well as a coffee break filler or boredom killer or anytime you want to just, um, chill-er.

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2 Comments

sgtdroopy October 24, 2013 3:21 AM

No comments? This is the first I've ever seen a game without comments that wasn't just posted.
And I need a walkthrough for level 26 too! D:

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fun physics game, each level was progressively more challenging... it did have a fun Bristlies feel to it...

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