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Remove all red objects from the screen.
Keep balance.

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Red remover copy. As much as people hate to admit it, it is a red remover copy and a stolen idea.

very interesting

In most of these games, player has to remove blocks in the right order, or just needs to be lucky. But in this one, the luck is quite useless, and the player must remove the right block at the right time, and be very fast.

But circles'reaction is somtimes too random (especially for the ones you must keep), and you have to be lucky to complete the level.

The levels are well designed, but should somtimes be less frustrating.


This is not a copy of read remover like you all are saying... if you played this game then youd realized that there is no neutral blocks and that this game is centered around balance and keeping any object from falling... The games have the same premise of clicking red things but thats it, plus the whole concept of clicking away specific blocks is almost as old as internet games themselves,
Okay for the actual review
its a good game i like the whole balance is key thing, but i dont like the physics engine, base items are essential for balance but that doesnt mean theyre the only ones that have effect on the "tower" but otherwise it was a great and challenging game

total ass

i played a way better version of this and it was based on skill not luck, most of the challenge is due to poor design and most of the puzzles relied on luck instead and where unballenced(the other *better* game didnt fail you if the red blocks fell off the screen). the graphics where flat and boring. sorry but ill pass

good game but a copy

as Nirojan pointed out when a red block falls of the screen it dosent count i also found this
and is total copy of red remover

Credits & Info

2.07 / 5.00

May 29, 2010
5:27 PM EDT

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