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Use the arrow keys to shift the direction of gravity. Earn points and destroy same color bricks by making them touch. Grey bricks are the bane of a gravity shifter's life and cannot be destroyed. Don't let the central circle area get blocked!

This is a simple game I whipped up in about 1.5 days.

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Very good

Now this was a very good game indeed all the elements made it fun and was not boring at all had lots of energy and enjoyed all bits of this game it was a simple idea with basic graphics but it's the idea of the game and the strategic element that makes it fun so if I can suggest anything at all it would be to add some texture and more detailed graphics

As mentioned some more detail in the graphics


Really good.

I had fun with it, but it needs a bit more
maybe you can add or make a new one with :
power ups
gray block destroyers
rainbow colors
difficulty levels
levels( as in level 1, level 2 ect )
Items that are obtainable from....uhh....something...
even something that changes the directions in which the gravity pulls ( like pressing left would go right, ect )

But overall it was really good :D

squidsquid responds:

Nice ideas, if I can figure out how to those sorts of additions work well I might make a sequel ;)

Darned clever.

Fun, original idea, and great execution. Just enough of a learning curve to force a few tries. Nice work.

Very nice!

The idea is brilliant, original and fun... But the gray blocks would never disapeared, thus, your bound to lose the game... Maybe if you made a way to remove them it would make the game last longer and be more challeging... still... Very good!

squidsquid responds:

Thanks! I added the grey bricks to ensure that the game would have an end. I admit its a bit artificial. The alternative was to keep adding brick colors but I felt this would be more annoying (it would become pretty impossible to match or even tell the difference between colors once there were a lot of them).

not bad

however it gets pretty hard to move the blocks to where you want htem to be

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4.10 / 5.00

Oct 2, 2009
1:08 PM EDT