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Feb 21, 2012 | 2:13 PM EST

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Pupil of peace 10 Points Complete the first 5 levels
Calming the storm 25 Points Complete 10 levels
Clear mind 50 Points Complete 15 levels
Harmony achieved 100 Points Complete all 20 levels
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Author Comments

Outer turmoil begets inner turmoil. To balance the block is to balance your soul.

Press 'A' and 'D' (or Left and Right arrows) to move the platform. Don't let any blocks fall down off the screen. Red blocks are explosive and will blow up if they touch each other, so keep them separate. Try to beat every level with a stable structure for ultimate harmony.

Reviews


stiqkeystiqkey

Rated 2 / 5 stars

horrible, the physics move anything thats stacked at all wayyyyyy to fucking much, the blocks fall too fast to even give you a second to think of how your going to stack anything, its just bad programing, good concept but shitfully executed



GafigarionGafigarion

Rated 1 / 5 stars

i wold give it a five but the medals serenity now queller of chaos and enlightened are broken!!!



MagicMichael66MagicMichael66

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The physics are pretty good. I also liked the fact that there has to be some strategy to pass every level, not just stack up blocks and blocks. A fairly original game, reminds me of tetris.


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gargle-greggargle-greg

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I'll write this review as I'm playing the game so I don't forget anything I want to bring up:
First Impressions: Brick Breaker meets Tetris? Alrighty, I'll see where this goes.

Beating the first level: Ohh, there's actual strategy involved? That's kind of cool. At first I just tried to stack them all on top of each other but that didn't work out so great so I had to adapt and change around it, which is an interesting mechanic.

Halfway through the game: GARGBLARGHL
This game is fun, but losing a piece on the last part is crazy annoying. I also wish there was a way to speed up block movement, though that's a minor gripe. After a while, when you've repeated the level over and over again, the amount of strategy decreases and the amount of repetition increases. When you know exactly what you want to do, all that's left is to wait for all the pieces to land, get back to where you were before and then you can try your strategy again.

Closing Comments: I didn't finish but I think I've played enough to give it a mark. It was good. The levels were fast paced and original, and varied enough so that I didn't feel like it was the same thing over and over again. Better than average so 3 1/2 for you.


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Shin-StumpyShin-Stumpy

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pretty good, needs more stages, keep music away, I like the white noise. Also if you tab out while red blocks are dropping they will stack on each other instead of blow up when you return to the games tab!


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