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Red Remover Blast

Cute as a button, and now with kid-friendly explosives, Gaz Thomas's Red Remover games are back with the latest installment in the popular physics puzzle series, Red Remover Blast. Your goal is to figure out how to get all the scowling red shapes off the screen (don't worry, they want it) without knocking any green ones off, and this time, you've got some dynamite on your side! Just click to release explosions anywhere you want, as often as you want, but be careful. Though it starts off easy, soon you'll have to be a bit more thoughtful about where and how you drop the boom. When you're done, make your own levels with the level editor!

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silent george September 23, 2014 3:22 PM

Can't get par in

Uphill Struggle
Out of My Way!
Refuse to Fall

Any thoughts?

ViciousChicken September 24, 2014 11:40 AM

Uphill Struggle:

You can actually do it under par, using only 2 clicks. You impart the most energy when the ball is already moving, so click twice just off-center (inside the ball) when it's at the bottom.

Out of My Way:

My strategy is: first, quickly get the four side ones out of the way by clicking between them before the green balls have time to block the exits. This should also push the green balls back towards the center. Then, try to gently hop the lower red ball over one of the green ones next to it - aim close enough to get enough air, but far away enough to not disturb the green balls. You should have 2 clicks left now, and the green balls are probably rolling back to the corners. Blast one of the lower two out of the way if necessary, and then the upper ball should have a clear path to that exit. Blast it out. Getting all the angles right may take some practice.

Refuse to Fall:

Again, you can get it under par, but it'll probably take some trial and error. One strategy is to focus on removing the supports on one side. The danger is that the green blocks might then get carried away to the side, but a well-timed blast can redirect them to the platform. Then, take advantage of the diagonal-gravity blocks to sweep the rest away.


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