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Construction Fall

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We'd like to present a new physics game by RemiVision, sponsored by Funflow.

Demolish constructions by shooting different types of balls and making use of various grounds properties. Drop all elements below the green line. The lower they fall and the quicker you finish levels, the more points you get.

The Walkthrough is available on Funflow's open site: NO FACEBOOK LOGIN OR REGISTRATION NEEDED.

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The thing that got me annoyed was that most of your levels require a rediculous amount of precision to finish.

it's ok

Graphics and the challenge of game play would keep me going except for some factors.

1. The music was repetitive and annoying - easily fixed with a single click.
2. The limitation of power and direction available when a ball is in a starting position near the edge of the screen (ie: level 3 and level 6). This leads to very limited options for solving the puzzles. Once you realize that a ball can be fired only in a small direction range at a small power range as well, then the solution becomes obvious.

Reminds me a lot of Fantastic Contraptions for some reason, although game play very different.

Not bad...

It's a pretty good game. The gameplay is really smooth and everything about it was really good.

pretty good

pretty good. i enjoyed it. a little confusing when I started, but it became easier as I went. It was extremely smooth and once I got the hang of it controlls were easy.