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Mar 31, 2008 | 3:15 PM EDT
  • Daily Feature April 1, 2008

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A much more casual game then I would usually create, Compulse is a game of timing and precision. Drop movement blocks on the stage to try to get your ball to the goal. Try to drop as few as possible to make it there, to beat the par number on each page. Your progress will be saved, so you can come back as often as you want. Enjoy! I'll try to respond to most of the reviews on this one :).

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Developed by Armor Games, programmed by jmtb02... music by MaestroRage.

Controls: Mouse to drop tiles... hit the go button to start.
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Edit: Fixed refund glitch, thanks guys. Edit2: Thanks for Daily :).
Edit3: Made par/pro times MUCH harder and added several more fixes, good luck :).

Reviews


miichumiichu

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 18, 2010

yaayyz!

Imma mine expert! yay :D
to not get killed by them u needa cover them up with blocks :D



AsmothystAsmothyst

Rated 3 / 5 stars December 4, 2010

Alright

It's a good game, but no mute button, i like to play games in the background of what i'm doing and could do without the music sometimes



RazomyureRazomyure

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 2, 2010

Amazing

Original and interesting. This kept me going for a good while. The only reason I didn't give it a full 10? I think the pro scores should be the lowest possible score. While most of them are, I found a few that were not; for example, I cleared level 14 using only 3, where the pro score is 5. Nonetheless, this is a great game. Keep up the good work.



tamiefrainetamiefraine

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 22, 2010

Awesome Game

Played this several years ago in school.



ErichoEricho

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 15, 2010

Tick tock!

I enjoyed playing this game because again it had a very original feel to it. Given the fact that you have made dozens of games, it is amazing you are still able to accomplish that here. Another good part was how well the sound synced up. Call me silly, but it was just darn cute to hear the little ball hit the floor and sides of the wall and stuff. It made it fairly easy to win and it was fun to just put those little things up. If I was not focused on winning, I could just put those little things all over the screen and wait until it eventually got in.