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Apr 29, 2013 | 11:41 PM EDT

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A puzzle action game where you create earthquakes to level an entire city in the most efficient and skillful way possible. Collide two earthquakes to create a fault line that destroys all buildings in a line. Try to combine these mechanics with chain-reaction destructive effects from fire stations, factories, and hospitals to get the best score!

*CLICK to place an earthquake
*QUICKLY place two earthquakes next to each other to create a FAULT
*CLICK and DRAG the yellow line to adjust the angle of the fault

Reviews


BodyHammerBodyHammer

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 5, 2013

I just finished level 18. This actually ends up being a pretty fun game once you get over the frustration of trying to figure out how to place the fault lines. It's an interesting concept and I'd like to see more.

My criticisms:

1) You really need to clearly explain how the direction of the fault line is determined, I think that's turning a lot of people away and you probably lose more players on level 2 than anything else. It took me a solid 5 minutes to get it down, mainly because even when you figure it out:

2) The fault lines don't always spawn in the right direction. Sometimes, even when you get the right angle down, it'll position the line a little ways off. Definitely want to fix that or widen the angle you can turn the fault line. It really screws with your head when you're first trying to figure out how to place the fault lines. I don't know exactly how it happens, but it *seemed* to happen more in the upper sections of the grid.



MuddballMuddball

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars May 4, 2013

Interesting concept, but terrible controls. The fault lines are very hard to aim, so hard in fact that only by luck did i beat level two.


Foolmoron responds:

You can click and drag the yellow line to aim the fault line


Jonasx45Jonasx45

Rated 3 / 5 stars May 2, 2013

Level 2 is hard. I will give you 3 stars.



ryandapimp69ryandapimp69

Rated 1 / 5 stars May 1, 2013

this just aint my game



truexerotruexero

Rated 1 / 5 stars May 1, 2013

As a concept this is actually fantastic, and I would love to see it done better. The controls are awful, the faults don't make any apparent sense as to what direction they appear in, and there are time where I have earthquakes remaining, but for some reason they don't appear no matter what I try. Like I said though, cool concept.


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Foolmoron responds:

Thanks for the feedback. It's my first time making a web game and using this engine so there are unexpected glitches.