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Rainbow Ball Demo

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Jul 21, 2011 | 4:06 PM EDT

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left and right arrows-move
spacebar serve
1-red paint
2-orange paint
3-yellow paint
4-blue paint
5-green paint

About The Game:
Rainbow Ball Demo gives players a chance to experience a fun and strategic take on the tride and true brick breaking formula

players must time the change of there paddle's color and the change of the ball's color in order to destroy all the bricks on screen, because a Brick can only be destroyed by a ball of the same color

rainbow ball is the first game of podunk studioz and the full game is up for download for only $1.29

why should you download the full game?

for one simple reason it helps people

for every purchase of the full game a portion of the proceeds will go towards fighting Multiple Sclerosis as a part of podunk studioz's Get Somthing For Giving Somthing Program

About the Get Somthing For Givng somthing Program

you see the game director and founder of Podunk Studioz Dusty Ryan lost his mother due to complications from Multiple Sclerosis and she left him with the wisdom that"if you have the power to help people you then are obligated to help them" so determined to make it so no other family has to go through what he did, and with the help of the gaming communtiy offering people a chance to join in for the fight towards a world without the horribl disease of Multiple Sclerosis and through a partnership with the National MS Society for every time somone purchase any game publised or developed by Podunk Studioz such as rainbow ball it is a step closer to a cure for MS

Link to the game:
http://podunk-studioz.gs1 .net/games/rainbow-ball

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

Poorly executed.

From the beginning animations to the choppy background loop in the background, I knew this game was gonna take shortcuts. The game animations themselves didn't have a lot of effort put into them, and there is actually part of the INSTRUCTIONS that's completely missing! The paddle itself has acceleration, which was NOT a good idea. I lost my ball twice in a row because the paddle merely can't get to the ball in time, or it shoots straight past it to the other side of the map. Shortcuts and twitchy controls aside, I had a little bit of fun. The changing colors is a nice idea. But ultimately, the world didn't need another paddle game to begin with. You guys should try again, but take your time, scrap the paddle acceleration, and keep the new ideas. You'll come out with a better game.

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