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Aug 5, 2009 | 10:47 AM EDT

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This is a little thing I made in Berlin at BIGJam - it's basically a puzzle game based on the rules of the tower placement section of the mobile phone game "Tower Bloxx". I really like that section of the game, but I don't like the one switch tower building bit - so I thought it might be fun to separate that part of the game and explore it a little. Made in about a day or so.

Featuring music by Kekskiller.

Reviews


DrSalvadorkDrSalvadork

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 6, 2011

Woo! I beat it! :D

I liked this little game. :)
I liked how it wasn't too difficult, or too long. I would have gotten bored if it had 5 more levels to beat. I also think it was nice how you had to think of new strategies to beat different levels. The puzzles were well made. I kept forgetting that I could remove the blocks next to the yellow and purple ones, since they were only needed when placing the blocks. xD
Also the music was cute and fitted the game. I didn't get tired of it. :)
Over-all, good job! :D Especially for having been made in a day!



VarahaVaraha

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 10, 2011

lol

richtig witzig was da manche leute fürn kack schreiben wenn sie sich an der deutschen sprache versuchen ^^
yeah great game anyway XD


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wundergammerwundergammer

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 26, 2010

Wundergame!

Addictive and challenging puzzle. Liked it very much. Wunderbar!



FlyingJunkieFlyingJunkie

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 8, 2010

A day?

you made it in a day? I think it is brilliant. However, the addition of a level editor would be the one thing stopping me from giving you 10/10



CaptinChuCaptinChu

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 4, 2010

Too quick, not enough puzzles

It was awesome. I think I got to the end. (That's the part with the flashing "WUNDERBAR! DAS IST SEHR GUT!" ? ) It was certainly quite challenging, but a level editor might be nice; the person who makes the level would have to play through it to submit it, of course. And it would be easy enough to make a level editor, would it not be?


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