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Jun 10, 2008 | 12:43 PM EDT
  • Daily 5th Place June 11, 2008

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Thanks for the front Page!

Glad everyone is enjoying the game.

Use the arrow keys left and right, or A and D to roll your ball.
Use the mouse to aim and shoot your rope.
Hold the mouse button down to hold on, and let go to let yourself fly!
Roll, swing and hurl yourself to the yellow exit avoiding the Red traps.
If your time runs out on a level you can press ESC and skip it.

Good luck.

Reviews


CoeCoCoeCo

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Love it.

Its fun, No lack of details in the physics, And i love on how the rope gets wired around the spinning squares as they go around and around. My only complains is the lack of music and its slightly a bit too easy and boring on certain points.. Im giving this a 8/10 because it just kicks a$$.



orken90orken90

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

really good game <3

but i hate the background...
it was 2 iretating
sry 4 the bad english



kalanaphkalanaph

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome

There is no way to describe this but pure awesomeness.



WoodsmanWoodsman

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Wow

This brings me back to my childhood, and the old (i don't even think it was 4 bits) STARWARS arcade game. I enjoyed the simplicity of it all, it was a lot of fun. Make more



TheInsightTheInsight

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Great idea, lackluster execution

This could have been my new favorite game. A physics based momentum game? Im there. But a few nagging problems need to be fixed before this game is ready for the front page. The two main ones are lack of music and a terrible camera. When I was playing this game, it felt like someone had entraped me in a void from which no sound could enter....or escape. It just felt....akward, so some thinking music is a must. Then the camera......it took me forever to find the instructions on different levels (level two for instance) simply because the camera didnt show them. If the camera would pan back while your navigating, and close in slightly when you were swinging and launching etc, it would be perfect. Im looking forward to a front page sequel to this, among others.


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