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Play 16 games in a giant grid all at once! After one ends the other begins, and as you play longer the game will speed up faster and faster. Definitely has some roots in the 4 second series. This game does a better job simplifying goals and objectives, and will give you a breakdown of your skills at the end! Use your gaming instincts... instructions are extremely limited!

Controls: Just the Arrow Keys, Right Click for Quality

Developed by Armor Games/jmtb02, music by the oh-so-very-talented EON.

Updates ---->
*High scores fixed, you no longer have to be Muffin.
*HTML parsing thingy fixed for high scores.
*Thanks for the Daily First! <3
*Thanks for the Front Page <3 <3 <3
*Wow, #16 All Time, how ironic! Thanks for the support!

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I had to rip myself away from this game, it's so good. Amazing job! The only thing I would recommend is making the game speed up a bit less.

Best game ever!
That's all i can say!
Cause I'm about to rage and punch my PC!! >:(

This game really was a lot of fun! I think the best part was how you were given so many chances. I had no idea what was going to show up next. It didn't even take me through all of them at first. You had to be first to figure this out. A pity the score isn't as high now.

I love games like this that make you pay attention to what you're doing. There's always something going on. It wasn't that well detailed, but it didn't need to be. I like the scores you get afterwards. This was quite fun.

87% Reflexes 91% Timing 86% Prioritizing! 99 Combo on that Yellow Ball Avoiding Green Ball Game multiplier 6.0 anyway I would like to stop bragging but I really enjoy this game its great!

Awesome game! Taking me time to get the hang of things though but I love it.

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4.54 / 5.00

Feb 15, 2008
1:36 PM EST
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