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Good news! Collider is now available on the iPhone and iPod Touch! You can download it from here:
http://colliderthegame.co m/c/CollideriPhone

After completing my previous game, Block Drop, I wanted to do something completely different so I started experimenting with the Box2D Physics engine. Once I became comfortable with it, I started fleshing out the core elements of the game by introducing the rolling balls and then coming up with interesting obstacles and gadgets for them to interact with. When the idea came to make the balls annihilate each other, Collider really started to take off.

All of the music in Collider is dynamically generated and each level has its own unique composition.

I really enjoyed making this one and I hope you enjoy playing it!

Dan

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aahh.....

it was a good game, but to me it was a little boring. Other than that good job.



challenging

good game but too hard for me


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One of the best

One of the best physics games I have played, hands down. I had one problem with it, though. You need to make a restart option or something along those lines. When the balls become stuck after falling, there is no sense in putting them exact same way they were before. That would lead to the same predicament happening again.

Nice work!



wooooo

this game rules
make a number two



COOL!

THAT WAS AWESOME ,YO MADE ME THING A LOT DUDE! PREFER THIS THAN THAT CRAP ABOVE!


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Score
4.15 / 5.00

Uploaded
Apr 14, 2009
3:53 PM EDT
Genre
Puzzles - Other
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  • Daily 2nd Place April 15, 2009