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Sep 24, 2010 | 4:16 AM EDT

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You have a special mission. You have to break code sequence, before your time run out. First combinate codes with correct color, later becomes some harder combinations and combos. There are lot of levels, upgrades and achievements. Break the code to the system, time is running.

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LiSo412LiSo412

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 24, 2010

Why is this rated 3?!

This game is potentially adictive! i made a 8 combo... With one click! :3


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afroditaname responds:

Thanks, like to hear that


NavaakNavaak

Rated 1 / 5 stars September 24, 2010

Remove ads

The game is good, however the advertisments that appear between-levels are severely impeding the gameplay.

Please remove in-game ads and re-submit, the game is worth a clear 7-8 otherwise.


afroditaname responds:

Hi Navaak, game is not created for free. All game creators, graphics, programmers needs eat etc. If you want game without advertisment is possible of course. Just than you have to pay for play. Advertisment in game is way how to reward game creators. In game Ad is not many often and I think it is not problem to life with it.


Kinshiz0rKinshiz0r

Rated 3 / 5 stars September 24, 2010

Not bad.

Good concept and gameplay, but nothing to say "Wow!".
Music is little annoying and the art is poor.

6/10 for effort and gameplay (I like bejeweled).



JohnnybdesignJohnnybdesign

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars September 24, 2010

It's ok

Another "swap and connect three" game (Bejeweled). The concept is overused and you didn't really give it an original twist.

That being said, the game works smoothly.

The graphics are totally un-attractive. Swapping squares is not as fun as swapping glowing jewels, animal faces or other stuff. Animation is minimal. The grey background is plain. You are perhaps more a coder than a designer and that's ok.



RickyTheFishRickyTheFish

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars September 24, 2010

A little different

I have played quite a significant amount of match-three games, and I like how this one has a slightly different take on the genre. The graphics aren't anything impressive, but I like the addition of in-game achievements and purchasable upgrades, as well as the ability to get new technology. I dislike how I can't play all of the levels, but locking in-game content is a common practice nowadays, so I can't fault you too much for that.

As a response to DiePflanze: It's a match-three type of game. You try to match three or more of the same code bits. The trick is that there is a bar at the bottom of the screen with a certain order of bits; the three bits you match need to correlate to the one at the far left of that bar. You don't HAVE to match that one, as in you won't lose the game if you don't, but in order to beat the level, you have to match each one of those bits. Say, for example, the bar shows "000, 001, 010" and you get a three-match with 000 pieces, then you get a three-match with 100 pieces, and then you get a three-match with 001 pieces. You will only have cleared two of those three code requirements, since the three-match with the 100 pieces wasn't part of the code. Sometimes it's necessary to clear off unneeded bits in order to make room for new ones. I don't know if that helps you at all, but I hope that makes it at least a little clearer for you. Good luck mate!


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