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Tech Orb

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Tech Orb

SatoriEver on the lookout for great new games, we just got back from a trip to the future in the Jay Is Games company time machine! Well, most of us... grinnyp was thrown into some kind of high-security holding facility and is just pleased as punch finding all the different ways to escape. She'll be along any minute, doubtless with a comprehensive walkthrough for it. Physics games are still big in the future, so we brought you back SharkStudio's little gem called Tech Orb, a sleek sci-fi themed physics puzzle that's all about orbs and platforms... with unique effects!

Tech OrbThe objective is to use the mouse to guide the orb to the exit by positioning a plethora of interesting new objects. There are platforms whose angles you can adjust once you've placed them, purple platforms you can materialize by hovering your cursor over them, green bouncy platforms to provide some rebound, blue spheres that will gravitate your orb to them with more cursor-hovering, and blue arrows that will enhance momentum in a given direction. You'll need to navigate around blocks, across gaps and away from lasers, all to get your orb safely to the exit. You'll be scored on how much time you take in a level, and to get all three stars means you'll need to work quickly. Some levels require a bit of repetition, but despite touchpad users finding it a bit difficult to activate the crucial pieces in time Tech Orb is still plenty of zappy, floaty, bouncy physics phun.

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