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Haha sick, 3rd place and front page. I'm getting a lot of complaints that I stole this from the TI calculator puzzle game. First of all guys, check the credits and do your research. Secondly, people use concepts all the time. I don't see you calling shenanigans when someone remakes Tetris on here, or Mario. It's like covering a song. The fact is, I programmed it myself, I did the artwork myself, and apart from the breaking tiles and level sharing this game is derived from the TI one which I gave credit for.

This game has been in the works for several months, and it's finally done. It includes 25 levels, but the main attraction is the ability to design your own levels and share them with the world. Just visit the Designer from the main menu to give it a try. Oh, and hit Space to restart a level and bring back up the how-to.

I love to hear your input, so please vote and leave a review if you'd like. This will probably be my last submission here, under this account anyway.


Nice Effort.

It's definitely an upgraded version of the game that is available for calculators.
If you had a TI-89/85 (Texas) You know what I mean.
So this was nice to see.
Would like to see another version of it.
Pretty nice, Simple !

Very nice!

A tribute to the classic game "Pegs" on most TI-84 calculators. Ive always loved this game, and this version is even more in-depth and enjoyable than ever.


this looks just like a game that I played on a calculator some while back...

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just one small detail

only thing that threw me is u cant see the cracked floors all that well, lighen them up and all will be ok


Only marked down due to the two bugs others have already explained (reduction to the top-left quadrant, an extra piece appearing in level 16/missing one in 20), both of which i experienced. That said, i found it very challenging and enjoyable. It took me a few hours to figure out level 24. keep up the good work :)

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3.74 / 5.00

Feb 8, 2010
5:56 PM EST
Puzzles - Sliding