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Reversi Gems

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A challenging and addictive puzzle where you have the simple task of activating all the gems in the box, but each gem you click affects the ones around it.

Looks easy? So just try it...

-Your mission is to active all the gems in the box.
-Each gem you click affects the ones around it.
-The game have 4 game modes: Arcade; Moves; Time; Bonus.
-The Arcade Mode has 25 different levels.
-In the Time and Moves Mode you have 1 Power to use: it actives just 1 gem, but cost 20 points.

I hope you folks enjoy the game!
Any constructive feedback is highly appreciated.

*got daily 6th... so close...

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10 Out of 10 - Top Class Game Play

It's amazing, it's probably the simpliest game I've ever made, and it's by far the one that is going better on Newgrounds

Bettoabs responds:

Hey buddy, I think you meant "simplest game you've ever made" right?
If so, then yea! I even got daily 6th (so close).

Anyway, thank you for the feedback!

Nicely done

I found this game to be extremely entertaining. The challenge was definitely there, but I managed to make it up to level 14 before I was stumped long enough to have to give up for now. I totally plan on coming back for more later though, and to try out the other modes. My only complaint for this game is the lack of music options. If you plan on making a sequel with more puzzles like this, see if you can throw in a choice of maybe 5 different songs to alternate through. This will help alleviate any boredom some people may experience after awhile. Thankfully however there is the mute button, so throwing on one's own tunes is good enough. ;)

Bettoabs responds:

I'm glad you like the game Vaurix!

All the other games I've made after this (some were even published first) have 2 songs to chose from and of course, the mute button.
Believe me, lesson learned :)

And thank you for the feedback

this is good

yet very challenging.