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March 20, 2013

more which?

More circle couples to interact with in order to answer the 20 questions correctly in the puzzler more which? by Yoshio Ishii.

34 comments:

Anonymous said...

First!
F-I-R-S-T!
Nice feeling of it.

Anonymous said...

Maybe this is just me, but the grammar bothers me

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed the first one and this one is great too!

Anonymous said...

I love this game! :D

Anonymous said...

I agree on the grammar bit, the hardest part is to understand the questions... what is meant by "which lacking?"

Anonymous said...

Does anyone have a clue about the semitransparent one?

Bart said...

For semitransparant: try to approach with mouse button pressed

catherine said...

I'm struggling with emptiness (very philosophical)

Anonymous said...

Ha! pop

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 22:47 says, "Thanks, Bart."

Anonymous said...

"which caught" is the only one that got me stumped... ideas?

The Gordo said...

I had to read up on what Mochi was. :)

Fun game. Thanks, Bart!

Anonymous said...

I loved the first one and this one is also cool. I beat everything. Yay!!!!!

tam said...

-very interesting game, I want a mochi now (a fresh one)

Jennifer N said...

for "which caught" click and hold close to the top of the circle. One will clear your mouse; the other will be "caught" by it

Jennifer N said...

for "which caught" click and hold close to the top of the circle. One will clear your mouse; the other will be "caught" by it

Anonymous said...

yeah. nice game, like it!

gdyrmc gd said...

Okay, I seem to be the only one stumped on this one but "which is side"? What side? Left? Right? Inside? Outside? I'm so confused.

Anonymous said...

I'm confused by "which is side?" also
Any hints on that?

deCarlo said...

btw: it says "which this side?" - and it doen't make a lot of sense. Couldn't find any difference.

Anonymous said...

for which this side bring the circles up to the question. if you cant see the words then you have the proper circle

Planets said...

for which this side, which circle can cover the words at the top. I feel like a loser cuz i had to look up a walkthrough for it...

Anonymous said...

I can only seem to get 18 out of 20 right.

Me/You said...

NICE! Thanks for sharing Bart!

m. said...

19/20! i got lucky on some.=)thanks for posting, bart!

Anonymous said...

I love this game, but the last one is not fair :)

catherine, for emptiness, try using your cursor to move what the circles are resting on.

Anonymous said...

I really like this game; it's simple yet quite enjoyable. :)

Anonymous said...

Oh, I just got the "which lacking" one: slide each circle over each other, until they almost go on top of each other. Which ever forms a cresent-like shape is the lacking shape.

Anonymous said...

Yay! Thanks, Bart! My students LOVE the first game...can't wait to show them this one next week! (And we had a whole discussion about grammar being lost in translation, too.)

Anonymous said...

I love the first game, love it... But this game is hard to understand. Which caught and others. They do esaktley the same. And dont understand the questions. I am not alone, so more people think the same. Arg.. Just a littel mistake... maybe better nekst time... Thanks for the game...

Anonymous said...

But it is nice, even som of them is not to understand. Maybe ouers englis is not that god. Mine isent. sorry. Love the gam e and hate to make mistake, because i do not understand :-)

Anonymous said...

It is to short :-) Make it longer, it is so fun... Thanks.

Anonymous said...

I wish there were a hundred of these!

Anonymous said...

More of this. Just plain fun

 

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