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Dec 7, 2009 | 11:14 AM EST
  • Daily Feature December 8, 2009

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Instructions:
A and D (or cursor keys left and right) rotate the selected shape. Use mouse for the rest.

NOTE! If the game won't load, disable adBlock as it seems to break the loader. Thanks! And sorry about that, I don't know why that happens on some computers. I don't have all the browsers or operating systems here on my computer...

NEWS: Added mute button to game screen, and quality button to title screen. Tiny angular and linear velocities are now damped, and you cannot drop the shape you are moving if the mouse pointer is also on top of another shape (meaning less room for exploits - you people wanted this via bug reports). ;) And now the game has a very small air resistance as well.

NEWS2: The addition of air resistance broke two levels, E-8 and E-16, please wait until the fix gets updated to this page.

NEWS3: Added button for turning autohiding of mouse cursor on/off for greater accuracy.

Reviews


MicuHMicuH

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 9, 2010

addicting!

This is a really good game, hope you make more and keep up the good work :) !


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ttursas responds:

Thanks, we'll do more, no doubt about that. ;) In fact our next game is called Imperfect Balance and it's looking for sponsors at the moment. After one other game we'll do Perfect Balance 3.


godzillatamer99godzillatamer99

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 13, 2009

this game is awesome

this game is awesome and the difficulty level is just right. it deserves the front page!!!


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ttursas responds:

Oh yeah, thank you! ;)


ZZRZZR

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 18, 2009

An excellent stacking game.

Really enjoyed this one... the style of it is really nice too, with the fancy origami paper-look. There should be more interesting sound effects though. For example, when you beat a level, have a sound effect of the padlock opening or shattering open... it has a kind of reverse pavlovian, if that makes sense... makes the game even more addictive and fun! Other than that, I can't really find any faults.


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ttursas responds:

Thanks! More polish would be cool, and that's what Perfect Balance 3 will get among other new things. ;)


HeliocentricHeliocentric

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 13, 2009

Kewl

This game is great, physics are awesome (how realistic is the gravity here, and even with the blocks that are 5 times heavier?). The levels are designed so that multiple solutions are possible and that in some levels, the most obvious constructions wouldn't be possible and that using the gravity actually IS the key there.
Big ups on this one.
One note though, the platforms that flip over seem to flip over a bit too easy in my opinion, but that's just me, it's possible that other people would disagree with me here :)


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ttursas responds:

Thanks! ;) Yeah, those rotating propellers don't have much friction/air resistance. The physics engine wants to keep them rolling even though I damp their velocities. Don't know why this happens, need to investigate it more. Fortunately they don't affect the balance checks. ;)


XxM0rGxXXxM0rGxX

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 15, 2009

cool

it was pretty fun, but the only thing weird is that i beat some of teh levels while all my stuff was falling down..not really perfect balance, but oh well not complainin it was fun