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Robots need some star energy. Help those little hi-tec heads to collect stars. Use an old garbage. Do you find the irony in that fact?
Put a garbage in the right place to move a robot head.. or a star, who knows.
Quality, though it could be longer, and some levels had more pieces than necessary, though I don't necessarily count that as a flaw. More than anything, I wanted more.
ItÂ´s a good game, reminded me of "the Incredible machine" for a while, good physics and very easy to play.
keep up with the good job and let your imagination flow a little bit more my friend
Very nice little game.
The objects are nice and the physics are decently hard but realistic and expected. Not super realistic, but enough to have to think about falls and what not. I found some later levels a little more difficult than expected.
There aren't really enough levels in there. I blew through the 15 included within 5-6 minutes really. I wish there was something along the lines of 40-50. With a game like this, it doesn't seem like it'd take that long to build that many levels.
This game isn't without it's quirks though. The interface got in the way several times for me, in particular, the green square guy asking me if I'm bored, and the Games With Physics mark at the bottom left. Please, remove them. I clicked on them too many times trying to actually place objects for my physics.
Also, at least a couple of times, I was able to dupe the physics and easily complete the level in a clearly unintended way (used one object out of 3, for instance, or made the star fall in a platform and moved the robot to it).
All in all, it was entertaining, and there weren't any major actual gameplay bugs for me. With the interface problems and lack of levels, this game wins a 3.5/5.
3.5/5 Would play again when/if more levels come out.
Nice Physics Game. Could use a tutorial on how the physics of the game work though.
Physics platformer with time-portals. One place - two times and different level geometry.
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