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Jul 20, 2014 | 12:10 PM EDT
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In the far distant galaxy lived had the ball and called him any way. One rainy day, he wandered into the forest and got lost. In the long wanderings to find a way out of the forest he found a portal that carried him into the labyrinth from which he will get to go home.
In this game you will control a ball that wants to go home.You'll have to overcome various obstacles, solve puzzles and manipulate the ball with dexterity. Each level ends with a portal that transports the ball to the next stage.

You can control the WASD or arrow keys

- Nice music and graphics support.
- Full 3D.
- Interesting system of islands.
- Change the form of the ball and its characteristics.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Somebody likes balance :]

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

I really liked it, it reminded me of some ps1 games. The music was good but more tracks are always welcome. Maybe not so many empty islands and a bit more secrets. The graphics are nice but could be better. Not horrible yet not awesome, a nice game that i hope you can improve.

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Kilosoft responds:

I was not engaged in the game for a long time, I doubt that anyone is interested in it. But reading your comments, I understand that we must go further and make the game even better!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I felt that the game is good but it does need a bit more work, especially when it comes to pushing the box when your a brown ball. I would try and push the box in a wide open space and it would move to the side instead of forward. The music does get a little boring after a while. If you had a different track for each level that would be great. And lastly you need an end screen, something that tells us its over. I sat here for a while wondering if the level with the swinging mallets was the last level or if the game froze. Besides those few minor things, it was a fun game and cant wait to see more.

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Kilosoft responds:

There will be new levels!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

WOAH, THIS IS AWESOME! Controls are simple, and it's quite fun and plays quite well. Remind me of Bounce Tales. Music is calm and relaxing and the moving water effect looked really cool.

5 picos and 5 stars.

Kilosoft responds:

Thank you!))


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

For the sake of this review, I'm going to divide it into 4 sections: music, graphics, gameplay and overall:

-Music - 3.5/5 - There isn't much I can say about music, other than the fact that it is quite enjoyable, but get's a little tiring after a while.

-Graphics - 3/5 - The graphics are simple, but not bad, maybe just put a little more effort into it next time, but the water moving around was good in my opinion.

-Gameplay - 1/5 - I hated this primarily because of the controls and the map design that slows it down, although maybe I should have put the design in another category in this review, but anyway, the fact that the controls are just out anywhere around the screen could be a nice touch, but it didn't work, especially with the mouse, I try to move the ball one way, and it went the other, it's hard to play this kind of game with a mouse, you should switch it to the arrows (or maybe just make it a diferent option, perhaps this isn't so bad for touchpad users), and the map design just made it more dificult, as some planks in the bridge were taller and smaller than others, making it difficult to navigate around the map, plus, the fact that some doors are locked, and you can't tell, and it looks like the ball just stopped for no reason.

Overall: it's not a game really, it's an experiment, maybe try again when you practiced more, but if you keep practicing, you might make a pretty good game.

Kilosoft responds:

You can control the WASD or arrow keys