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Summer Couples

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Draw and match as many couples as you can!

Draw a line connecting two or more tiles of the same kind.
You can draw everywhere, but only over tiles of the same kind.

Once the game gets one million plays worldwide, I'll release the commented source code on my site (you'll see it ingame)

**edit: fixed mute button

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The more I think about it, the more I have to acknowledge this is kind of a unique game. I do like how you have a lot of freedom. At the same time, it wasn't that enjoyable. I still have to say that I recommend this. It really is a specific style of gameplay I have not seen before! The music is good too.

The drawings are pretty good. You really do let out your inner child with this. At first, I couldn't understand it. In this case, that's probably good because it made it more interesting. I live near the beach, too.

Great Game!

I love this game.

pretty cool

ya i agree with kori san, it does get boring after understandable.
there should be like power ups and power downs and such

Good, but not enough challenging

This game is good, but becomes boring after a while : As soon as you understand how it works, you can match tiles over and over without fearing reaching the top of the screen.
The game would be more challenging if the speed was increasing progressively (for instance, slightly reduce the max length of the Time Gauge once every 10 lines).

triqui responds:

It already does it... maybe too slowly?

(the line is 250 pixels wide and I reduce it by one pixel every 2 lines)

creative matching

I like matching games, but some of them just start to get monotonous and they all start to seem the same. This one stands out with the line connecting, and I really liked it. Nice work.

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3.30 / 5.00

Jul 6, 2008
9:04 AM EDT