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May 6, 2008 | 5:06 PM EDT

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Instructions: Use the left and right arrow keys to control Dropple. Collect all of the coins in a level to advance. You have unlimited lives, and your progress is saved at each level - you can continue from where you left off in a previous game by selecting 'Resume Game' from the main menu.

Just a head's up: This game gets TOUGH quickly. It takes a little while to get used to controlling Dropple. Try using a light touch on the keys for better control.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Frustrating Fun

Graphics: 8/10 A colorful game with good graphics. Different backgrounds would have been nice though instead of the same one on every level.

Sound: 8/10 Different sound effects for all different types of platforms and surfaces, but the same annoying music looping in the background. Can be turned off though.

Gameplay: 6/10 It's a clever idea and you always have to be on your toes because the ball is always moving and you can't stop to think very much. The gameplay is also addicting, and at the same time frustrating. It can be very annoying when your ball bounces off the edge of a platform, a glitch that becomes more prevelent in the later levels. The difficulty is also inconsistent. Is does get generally harder towards the end, but some levels in the 40s are extremely easy compared to the others. Level 50 is probably the most challenging. Some other difficult ones are in the 30s.

Replay Value: 7/10 There are a total of 50 levels and these will probably take you about an hour to complete. That's pretty much playtime for a game of this type. After you're done with those 50 levels, though, there's really no incentive to keep playing.

Overall Score (Not An Average): 8/10 Despite a few minor glitches, this is a fun and addicting game.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Woot, but...

That's a great game! 50 levels, wow.

One thing that really, i mean, REALLY annoyed me, was the autosave. I mean: What autosave? It didn't save at all! The first time I played it, I had to stop for a while at level 34. So I closed the game. Next time I played: What?! Everything gone?! If you make a sequel, which I hope you do, please include in the instructions that you must exit with the door icon in the upper right corner of the screen. If I'm not right about this and it does save in every level, please mention that to me.

I love the game but the messed up autosave disappoints me.
So I'll give you 8/10 and a 4/5.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like this game, but it's missing something.

It's missing a saving system to it so you can start on the level that you left off once you're done playing. That would have been a really nice addition to the game. It kinda gets a little boring when you have to start from the beginning again, but overall, it's a really addictive game.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Okay, I guess

Its fun,beat it in like 30 minutes wish it just did'nt look so cheap ,like it was made on some crappy game design program.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


I didn't think it was as hard as you made it out to be, the most I had to replay any level was probably 5 or 6. Maybe 7 for the last one. Addicting enough. I guess my standard for "tough" and "frustrating" has been redefined since I beat N game : ).

Physics were a little glitchy on flat surfaces of multiple tiles. Sometimes if you hit in between the tiles you're direction would change.

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