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Mar 24, 2007 | 1:01 PM EDT
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I hear your cries to make a game with this, and that is my plan! This is just a free form version to do whatever you want.

Attractors 3 (Thanks for front page!)
Now includes more of everything! Lets you set gravity and magnet power. Includes a Newgrounds Audio Jukebox. Please contact me or leave a comment if you think there is a problem or you have a suggestion. Thanks :D



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


Certainly not a groundbreaking game, considering that the last one was very similar to this. Also, you have a big design flaw in that switching between the Simulation and Preferences screens causes the inactive one to be restored to default. For example, if the preferences you choose are somewhat good but not perfect, you have to readjust the preferences all over again when you want to make a minor change. This makes playing slightly clunky. You should probably create variables to store the state of objects on the inactive screen so that you don't have to go through the process of setting things up again.

Foreverkul responds:

Recording settings is a good idea, I'll add this too.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


This game is interesting but it still the same as last one I did not like the first one and I don't like this one only thing I liked was the audio portal jukebox

Foreverkul responds:

I guess its a good thing I added that Jukebox then :)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I like it

Nice game nice sounds i liek that music number and those magnets are great :) and that you can change the magnets and bouce adn things thats also cool only thing that would be great to have if you could close the ball spawn point. or also that you will get all balls back at spawn so you can start over.

Foreverkul responds:

Oh, that dot restarting thing sounds like a good idea! I'll add that right now.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


The music thing was one of the most orignal ideas i've ever sen on NG. 5555555555

Foreverkul responds:

Pawesome is an interesting play on words