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Stack n Roll

rated 2.52 / 5 stars
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Nov 22, 2011 | 5:25 PM EST

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Stack n Roll was developed by Richard Pawlak, an Application Developer with several years of experience in the Information Technology field. Mr. Pawlak's recent venture into the world of flash game programming has led to the development of this and other games. Additional details for these games can be found at the website



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

The 90 are back?

-Good game concept. But it really needs better interface, score and sounds. But i think it is quite fun indeed.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

It's alright.

Jeez, man... a little presentation goes a long way. This thing looks and sounds like something that came with Windows 98.

Anyway the game is quite fun... it's pretty much like Solitaire, it passes the time. Also like Solitaire it seems extremely improbable you'll ever get anywhere in it. Maybe slightly reducing the number of colors would have been a good idea, or increasing the usefulness of the balls.

Your interface is a bit weird looking all around, but the biggest flaw is that there's no way to start a new game after finishing the current one. There's also no mute button, which is a must for any flash application of any kind. High score board doesn't work.

Overall: decent solitaire-style game, but a total lack of effort in presentation and UI.

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rpawlak responds:

Thanks for the review. I'm new to newgrounds. The game does not seem to work properly here; http calls to my server to process the high scores don't execute and flash cookies won't work here either. That interferes with the re-starting of the game. It works differently on my website I suppose I would need to make a special version for it to work properly here.