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Apr 27, 2010 | 10:08 AM EDT

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swap pieces with click let pieces of each column are same color and pieces of each row are same number.you can save point in gaming,so you can undo easy.rule of swap as follows.
1 two neighbor pieces of one row with same number can be swapped. 2 two neighbor pieces of one column with same color can be swapped.3 two neighbor pieces at diagonal without same color and without same number can be swapped. for example.

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chris-the-stick2chris-the-stick2

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 27, 2010

great movis

a great movie, really nice visuals, a funn stori, and a great music, and sound...

5/5


marsyong responds:

Thank you for your encouragement


videoJoevideoJoe

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars April 27, 2010

Drama, Please

This is an interesting concept and a decent enveloping execution, but it lacks excitement that characterizes the difference from something being fun and lively or just hard and boring.

The backgrounds and graphics are nice, the game play is a bit confusing. the "wow" seems overly simplified as audio. The audio makes the game look incredibly unserious. Try some different voices and sounds or some action music with intrigue to liven up the game. Also, it appears that a visual effect should accompany the "wrong"switches. More play with the light and glowing would also take away from the graphic becoming boring after staring at the same screen for over ten minutes.

Despite the initial curb, the challenge needs fixing. It was not terribly difficult to figure out, after the first few levels, and then it got a little boring. Maybe each level does'nt need to be a square or rectangle?

Right now it looks like a lot of other games I have seen, without any of the flashy effects or elegance of gameplay, so I really believe you should consider revolutionizing some part of this game with a different way of thinking. Maybe you could view all the other games in this genre--level by level, static puzzle type--and backwards design the game til you find somewhere where you could diverge.

Good starting point, but the game needs serious development.


marsyong responds:

Thanks for your advice.