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All of your precious spheres have been scattered far from the safety of the main sphere. It is up to you to gently guide them back.

To do this you must use your ability to attract the smaller spheres towards the rescue sphere. With a cluster of them in pursuit you must make sure they stay away from peril and reach their goal.

Left mouse - turn on/off attractor mechanism.
Space - pause.

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I feel like this is a great underappreciated game! I really was interested as to how it worked. I wasn't quite that good at it, though. The third level was pretty hard. I just need to figure out how to detach them, if that's what I need to do. The music is nice and calming.

It can be a frustrating game, so that's a necessity. There are some really good designs here. I thought this took place in the human body. I thought the red parts were germs or something. I guess not.


Although I don't understand why it's in the treasure hunt if I played this a long time ago and it won an award?


This game was VERY addicting,
it demands a sequel, that or just more levels.

If there's another one coming, think about adding a Level Editor


6 out of10. Good concept

There should be a better written tutorial about game dynamics and i think more complicated design mechanisms would be more fun. I got a little bored even though I understood what to do pretty quick. I just lost interest when my green circles died for the 5th time on the same level even after i'd figured it out first time. Save mechanism ftw. Seems pretty fun though good job on the concept.

Fun and challengeing

just straight up wow... pop some pills... zone out to the music... and move circles..... me.... see.... circles...... AWESOME!!!!!

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4.32 / 5.00

Mar 12, 2009
11:49 AM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place March 13, 2009