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May 5, 2013 | 2:12 AM EDT

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Click on a puck to fire the marbles out the sides. The marbles destroy pucks they hit. But not all pucks have marbles facing each direction. Try to clear the board leaving less than the number written at the top center of the game screen to advance to the next level.
Pucks with no marbles have already been clicked. A good strategy is to try and destroy those pucks first. Plus they give 150 points where a puck with Marbles only gives 100 points.
Coins have bonus affects when rolled over, or dragged onto pucks.

Reviews


SpeezzaSpeezza

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 29, 2013

Wanted to rate this game 5 stars because:

1) It gives a totally new puzzle experience comparing to other newgrounds puzzle games.
2) It's Challenging! Like a game of chess you got to think like 3 - 4 moves ahead.
3) The so far looking seemless FB connection (got no experience with clay.io before so time will tell)
4) And personal to me, it's pretty addicting!

One downside, the game wil make the level win or fail sometimes, when there still is a coin (wich adds bullets specifically) on the table, so at that point, you're NOT out of moves, but the game thinks you are. I remove half a star for this.


3dParadox responds:

Do you mean an error? or do you mean all the marbles have fired and the end has been declared?

Becasue you can still drag the coin to add more marbles, in fact you get an achievement if you can change the outcome of the game after it thought you lost.


LittleNonchalantLittleNonchalant

Rated 3 / 5 stars May 6, 2013

I think the graphics need a little work but otherwise a good puzzle game.



SSGAMEPLAYERSSGAMEPLAYER

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 6, 2013

Really a good game takes brain smarts so you cant just guess i like it :))



helgipunkhelgipunk

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 5, 2013

Nice game. I would suggest a retry option, restarting the game after failing a level is a bit irritating.


3dParadox responds:

Hmm, hadn't thought of that. Although it would make the high scores a matter of who had the most time to put in.. Or I could cut the score in half if you restart, that may work. I'll think on that one some more.