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October 04, 2007

day of the bobteds

Day of the bobteds, by Rob "Hapland" Allen is my personal favorite from the games that have been released so far in the ball-physics game design competition over at jayisgames. It's a cute little game, very well polished. So what's your favorite so far? (besides factory balls that is of course ... just kidding :) )


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Bart said...

Thanks Kevin. As I am just starting up here, there's not yet a links section.

Anonymous said...

Awesome competition. For the moment I like:
1. Factory balls
2. Angular momentum
3. Day of the bobteds

Bart said...

Angular momentum is indeed a good ball physics implementation as well, but I found it perhaps a little bit tedious.

Anonymous said...

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Unknown said...

excellent game:)

Anonymous said...

Was really enjoying this game but am stuck on level 7. I think I know what I should do but I'm not good enough at lining up the balls perfectly. Wish there was a get-out so that if you fail a level a particular number of times you were given the option of moving on.


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