Wake the Royalty
The following is a reader submitted review by V2Blast:
Everyone is sleeping in the kingdom. Wake up the royal family! Wake the Royalty is Eugene Karataev's sequel to Wake Up the Box, with a pleasant, hypnotic tune by ImperfectDisciple accompanying it. 25 levels in all, this iteration doesn't really bring anything new to the table, but it's still a fun little diversion. The "boxes" you're waking up this time are actually various shapes (circles, triangles, squares, etc.) with legs and crowns — and perhaps a bit of hair — but the general idea is still the same: jar them enough (or hit them, or launch them off the screen) to wake them up. The backgrounds are still pretty bare (and the same from level to level), but the graphical quality seems to have improved a little bit.
Play all the "Wake Up!" games:
If you're looking for a good phuzzle to waste a bit of time, look no further. (Unless you've already beaten it, in which case, go right ahead.)
My first published reader-submitted review.
And a very fine reader-submitted review it is.
What's with level 5, the groggy king is too fat to let the second pulley move!?
Having hard time with level 22.....Anyone got it?
I really really liked the first game in this series and wanted to like this one as much. I normally don't like physics games, and it was nice to find one that was actually fun (and funny too!).
But this game reminds me more of the physics games that drive me up the wall. I can't tell you how many times I had to replay certain levels (level 16 for example--argh!) not because I didn't know how to do them, but because the physics needed me to be so precise it was nearly impossible (or in some cases moving parts just said "meh, I don't feel like moving this time around, but if you do the same exact thing but move it two pixels over I juuuuuust might next time!"). I kept looking at the walkthrough to see if I was going at various solutions wrong, but the walkthrough would have exactly what I was doing!
And if you'll allow me two more minor annoyances... The restart button is too close to the ad at the bottom of the screen, so several times I missed it and wound up going to some random page trying to get me to play Lord of the Rings online or Pepsi products(which works out great for the advertisers, so maybe it was intentional after all!). And just now I clicked the link here to go back to the game, and my progress wasn't saved. Fortunately for me I've already finished the game, but why offer a select level option if it's just going to reset when I close the window?
Sorry this turned into a bit of a rant. Maybe I shouldn't play physics games of any sort at 3 in the morning? Thanks for putting up with me, everyone!
Level 17 is a bit cruel. It isn't very hard to figure out what you have to do, but the level itself is quite slow and I had to do it several times over because
that last ball just didn't get in.
But I just figured out that
you just have to wait a little, apparently. The king just wakes up slowly!
I just love their faces when they wake up, hilarious!
Finally beat the whole damn game. Score: 11352. And I only needed to consult the walkthrough once or twice. Yay me.
The last one was too short.
i can't get past level 14
i cant get lv 9
i cant do lv 17
i know that you have to get the balls into the 'basket' , but i never get more then 3 balls in
i cant do level 16!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Im stuck on level 3
Help with level 8 please
I cant figure out level 14