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Feb 24, 2010 | 1:59 AM EST

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JUDGE 10 Points Rate 5 or more user levels.
PILGRIM 10 Points Complete the entire first ring of levels.
EXPLORER 25 Points Complete the entire first and second ring of levels.
JUNIOR 25 Points Complete the first level under par in all three categories.
JURY 25 Points Rate 50 or more user levels.
AMATEUR 50 Points Complete 5 or more levels under par in all three categories.
LEGEND 50 Points Complete all three rings of levels.
PRO 50 Points Complete 15 or more levels under par in all three categories.
CHAMPION 100 Points Complete all levels under par in all three categories.
EXECUTIONER 100 Points Rate 100 or more user levels.

Author Comments

This is a game we made about space and gravity. Place gravity wells near gas giant planets to suck the matter from their surface. Stream these particles through space to fill collection rings to solve each puzzle.

Please enjoy the game and soak up the atmosphere, if anything I've made could be labeled as soothing, I'd say it's this ;)

Awesometown frontpage'd!

Level transitions are quicker now and the thumbnails for player levels work. A few bug fixes too, keep reporting bugs if you find them!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Creativity Abounds

I've spent countless hours of over the past few years playing flash games when I'm bored or simply have nothing else better to do. I can honestly say that it is rare to find a game that is different and creative amongst the massive hoards of flash submissions on Newgrounds, and because of this, games that are truly unique are not only appreciated, but also admired.

This game drew me in an instant (no pun intended) and had me wanting more. A few times, I found myself just moving the gravity wells around to make swirls and designs with the gas and almost forgetting about the game itself. When I did actually play the game though, the game had just the right amount of difficulty to it: a level that lets some be challenged and others enjoy.

I would have given this an 8, but giving it a 9 just seemed more right. Now, the reason as to why is because I would like to have seen just a few more particles and ones that weren't so pixilated. I know that that is the style of the game, but I just feel that this game could have been so much more breathtaking if there was greater detail. Now, that being said, I have nothing else to really say about what I didn't like.
Thanks for actually reading my whole review and I can't wait to see if you come out with an EON 2!

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fucrate responds:

Thanks for the kind words :)

I honestly probably should have pushed the particle limit harder, but my laptop sucks and I was really worried about bad performance for people with old computers. If I do an EON 2, it will for sure be bigger and badder ;)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very fun to play.

Playing with gravity is fun.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


o.k fun needs more to it

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

good game

very enjoyable and all but the one thing id say that is keeping me from playing it for a long time is the time it takes to switch from one level to the other, it just takes much longer than it needs to..


Rated 4 / 5 stars

This is just weird

I can say that this is easily one of the strangest games that I have ever played. I mean, I go to play this and I do not see any medals where they are supposed to be. I also find a list or gallery of pictures of stuff that look like levels, but they all say they have 0 views. I also find it odd how I do not understand how to advance in this game, seeing as how I keep getting the matter in, but it then goes out of the orb thing. I guess I have to give it to you for creativity. It seems like every new game has medals nowadays.