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June 19, 2009

dynamic systems

Dynamic systems: drop the ball into the bucket, a new physics puzzler by Lorenzo Nuvoletta.

12 comments:

Jaypee said...

woooooooo! primero mi pana!

Anonymous said...

I like this game better than nitrohaul. I can actually pass a level.

Anonymous said...

on level 23 the provided 'solution' doesn't work.

Brownie said...

woo! fourth!!! soz but every1 always like, FIRST!!! so i thought i'd make a big thing about being my lucky number!!!! go number 4!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

If you click to see the solution, do you lose points?

Anonymous said...

I've noticed that a couple of the creators own solutions for levels dont work...so if they cant solve it how are we supposed to...I think it's just a few of the poistionings...but when it's a fixed piece that you cant edit it's impossible to change... for example level 23 and there's one before that I think level 18 but I managed to sort that one myself.
Also if you click solution it still gives you points...just not many. I think the points system is based on how near you to the solution you have put the pieces...but that's just a guess

Anonymous said...

ohhh.. ok thnx

Anonymous said...

has anyone been able to pass level 26, the solution doesn't help at all on that one

Anonymous said...

26:
Give the ball a push with the rotating cross.
Place the toothed bar on the left making the ball roll down (you can keep the toothed bar in place with the left bolt and the rotating wheel under that - the wheel should not rotate).
Place the brick right next to that (but a bit lower, under the second fixed bolt) and the ball rolls nicely into the basket.
It is difficult to explain in words, but is it really easy to do. You don't need the hammer and the rotating bar at all.

But I can't get 28 to work, the 'resolution' does't work there either - anybody any ideas?

Anonymous said...

Nevermind, found 28.

By the way, some levels have a solution far easier than the given one. For instance 31 (use the rotating bar on the ball). Same sort of trick is possible for 37, takes less than a second.
Still, nice game.

Physics puzzl luvr said...

This game SUCKS. The "solution" on lv. 23 doesn't work. Minus will change the game name to "sucky systems:the game with non-working solutions"

Carly said...

Finished it with 1027 points, though I have no clue how they are calculated. Would be nice to know. (To anonymous "How near to THEIR solution? My solution is a solution too, ya know!) And yes, sometimes it is a lot easier than it looks. You need not use all stuff available to you in most upper levels. :)

PS: Positioning is key. If you use their suggestion it might still not work because the rotation is off by a couple degrees. You've got to fiddle with it...

 

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