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Chaos Chamber

rated 3.77 / 5 stars
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Puzzles - Falling

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Dec 1, 2009 | 2:55 PM EST

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--Photosensitive Seizure Warning--
Chaos Chamber contains graphic effects that may trigger epileptic seizures in a small percentage of players.
To help prevent this type of reaction to games please play in a well-lit room and discontinue playing if you feel fatigued or drowsy. Please refrain from playing Chaos Chamber if you usually die from playing video games.

This is my submission for my 21st birthday, and I've hidden several easter-eggs inside!
ex.(Check the' o' in Chaos) And look for sparkles elsewhere!

Chaos Chamber is an extremely challenging and fast puzzle game reminiscent of collapse. You must frantically break the blocks to avoid column lock-downs, and with over 40 levels of increasing action, this game will push your skills to the limit.

Pause with SpaceBar if your eyes need a break! Blinking at least once per minute is good for your eyes ;)

See the in-game tutorial for more info!

Please leave feedback I read it ALL! I'm just getting started on this series and I could use some bug reports if there are any (PM if it's an exploit please!) and I would also like to know everyones opinion on the general quality of the game if you've got the time (Made in one week!)

If you like the game please recommend it for puzzle collection! :D

Chaos Chamber 2 is either going to be more complex and logic based with more powerups and types of blocks.. Or it is going to be more frantic, with more fluid control and more action oriented gameplay. Voice your opinion on which you'd like to see if you have one.

Oh and don't spoil the secret shortcut locations for everyone if you happen to find all 7 ;)

You can Download the game here: /g/



Rated 3 / 5 stars


It is a decent enough game - quite addictive too.

It does get quite repetitive after a while and I decided to quit after level 15. Could use some more different 'bombs' or things to make it more interesting later on. I wasn't sure t why a vertical section was blocked after it was filled to the maximum, I suppose that was to make it harder? It seemed to make it easier as there were less sections to keep an eye on.

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JoUBG responds:

Yea It makes it easier to maintain, but the overall losing condition is that you run out of space on the grid, so it's bringing you closer to game over. Also the game funnels blocks that would drop on iron columns into empty sockets, so you end up getting more than you can handle in the tiny little space you have left. :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This got very addicting very fast. It took me a while to fully realize where all the stone blocks were coming from, and by then, it was too late. Still, very awesome. My only gripe would be to include a little animated tutorial to show the actions and consequences, but it didn't stop you from earning my 10!

JoUBG responds:

I'll try putting together some animations for the tutorial in the sequel. :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very nice!

While not one of my favorite games, this definitley had a lot going for it. I may have played games similar to it, but does into a whole new theme by itself! I was impressed at how the balls turned into boxes showing that the player couldn't just randomly click over and over (which I did). The fact that it's so fast-paced also contributes to its role as a good game or at least one that requires some skill. It was also cool to see how the designs and colors changed. I have never heard of you before, but it's nice to play some of your stuff.

JoUBG responds:

Thanks! I definately wanted the players to focus on what they were clicking on so the penalties for single-blocks get quite steep if you're reckless. I'm glad you enjoyed the color/shape changes :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


annoying, this usually indicates a very well made or a poorly made game.
the first option is the case.

JoUBG responds:

I was explaining the exact same logic to a friend just the other day :)