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Jun 19, 2009 | 8:52 AM EDT

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Dynamic Systems is an addictive physics game inspired by the Rube Goldberg Machines. Use your logic and skill to complete and fix the broken structures to make the little metal ball go in the bucket. The game has 40 levels, all different.

In the game there is an EDITOR to create your own level and share it with friends thanks to a code generator. Simply make the level, get the code and then you can pass the code to a friend as a challenge!

- 30 addictive levels.
- Original music.
- In-game custom level editor.
- 20 different physics tools to use when designing levels.
- "Share level" with friends.

- Use mouse to play.
- Click and drag objects from the left-hand editor and place them in the correct place to guide the ball to the bucket.
- Click "Start" to get the ball rolling!

If the solution fails, its normal don't freack out, just click START again and it work smooth. :) It's called Theory of Caos! :D
P.S. Level 23 is not bugged, its just hard to beat! ;)

Medals ready! :D

Thank you for the frontpage the solution of the levels have been fixed! :)



Rated 0 / 5 stars

Game not loading even when its on the loading screen. Waited for literally 72 hours for it to load and still nothing.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

The background music is nice, but the sound effects are of very low quality. Also, the game is very rude for displaying a large WRONG when you fail a level. That's gay.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

good game


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

An interesting puzzle game, and (in my opinion) one of Newgrounds' best. Very well-constructed, and the levels are all of a workable difficulty without taking the creative aspect away from the player. Addictive, too.

My only complain is the lack of a Quality setting. This is something that I don't think should ever be removed from a Flash game. I remember on my old tower computer, this game was unplayable because the framerate would completely fall to pieces due to the machine's performance--if not for that one oversight, the game would be an easy five stars.

Still, I highly recommend this game to anyone who enjoys puzzle and/or physics games. It's damn near the top of the line in both categories.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

40 levels in all, but only 30 addictive levels. Clearly, 10 of the levels are not addictive.

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