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Destroy The Wall Game

rated 3.39 / 5 stars
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Feb 23, 2009 | 10:46 PM EST

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Knock all of the cubes off of the various platforms by using a variety of approaches like tossing straight shot or bouncing it off of the walls. Remember, you lose control of the ball's movement as soon as it crosses the red line.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

nice work

Nice concept man, it was actually pretty fun. nice music too but maybe it should switch it up every few levels? The game was pretty easy but not in an "aww man this is too easy" kinda way, it was slightly challenging in a way that made it fun and not frustrating. One thing i think you can work on a bit though it the physics being employed, to me they seem to be a bit off. Good work and good luck on your next flash.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


Got to agree, couldn't get past level nine because it kept auto-resetting


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Good but very buggy.

The concept is nice and the execution in most aspects is alright, but the reset on the game is extremely buggy. In many cases, I was well on my way to victory with the ball traveling quickly and the game decided it was time to reset.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


I gave up after I got 15/18, i think with like 4900 points too. Its pretty fun and addictive, but some levels were just really difficult, and you really had to get insanely lucky. I couldn't get past the falling ball. I know you gotta strike it before it lands between the two walls, but i just couldn't manage it. and it gets tiring after a few tries too. oh and i also had to wait for the freakin ball to hit an edge, for it to reset again, and sometimes the ball would roll soooo slowly, and id be waiting for a good 12, 13 seconds for this small pixelated ball to reach the edge of the wall. its good up until that level


Rated 5 / 5 stars


i love this sorta game. it reminds me of like virtical bowling or something like that. (or jenga) either way i think it's awsome in it's simplicity