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Mar 16, 2009 | 9:01 AM EDT

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A very cool twist on physics based games - place bombs, carefully time them to explode and get the yellow block to the level's floor.
Use the left mouse button to place/drag bombs.
Keyboard shortcuts: Use "<" and ">" to move through existing bombs,
"+"/"-" to change a bomb's timer, "Del" to remove a bomb and "esc" to cancel the selection.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

pretty good

its a fun game to play around with for a while but the bigest flaw i saw was the physics were all weird. i put every thing in place then try it it wont work and i dont see why so i try it again without moving a single thing and something diffrent happens.
but besides that its a good game


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


I thought this game was fun but kinda hard!


Rated 4 / 5 stars


brilliant original new idea for a game, excellent game play, maybe a bit tedious and boring and some parts. - lots of errors in the game (everyone has already said) like objects falling before clicing start.

This game has a lot of potential - 5/5 for the original idea and nice amount of levels and interesting gameplay

7/10 for review due to the game glitches and repetition.

ideas: try incorporating different objectives? new tools? (other then the bomb)

welldone! :)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Great game, but...

Way too many game-breaking bugs.

If you finish a level, then select restart, it keeps all the objects of the last level, but shows the next level, messing everything up.

The physics are all random, which is OK I guess.

In some levels, you have objects that fall as soon as you start. If you start, then stop it again, sometimes those objects will end up at their resting place. In one of the levels, this meant I had to use about 7 bombs to get a huge block out of a hole. Luckily, you can't get negative points.

I also experienced a collision bug, which caused everything to spazz out, and making me restart. This is where a level select would have been handy.

It was a very nice concept though, and if you fixed those bugs, you'd be onto a winner.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is fun, although...

I liked doing trial-and-error, this was a nice and fun game, although there needs to be a level select so I can start again when I get bored.

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