Hi! I'm Bart Bonte, a Belgian independent game designer and bontegames.com is where I blog about new interesting browser and mobile games. My own games are all in the left column (or at the bottom of this page on mobile). More info about me and my games on bartbonte.com.
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Aaaand OUT!I love them games from this Funkyland-dude.
Nice as always: thank you!
Nice and easy! Was able to do this one quickly and without any hints whatsoever :)
Lovely as usual. I feel like it was just pure luck that I found the can opener though, otherwise it might have take me forever.
I had no trouble finding the can opener but the number clue and the colour clue are making me feel real stupid. I have 2 possible numbers, neither of which works.
Ah...combine colour clue with position clue. And don't assume there's only one direction to count in.Love these Funkyland games!
I guess I'm getting used to these but this one was !
I wanted more!Thanks :)
Quite satisfying. Finished within two rounds of the music. =)L
Loved it! Keep 'em coming!Also, canned watermelon...?
I knew the two numbers were code & order, but I had a hard time setting the color rings.For some reason I persuaded myself all 5 were the same order.
Canned watermelons ... you have to love it!Thanks for posting.
In Japan they have developed the square watermelon. They stack better.They are also extremely expensive. In Japan, fancy fruits are a hostess gift, and dessert is often more for impressing the diners than a part of the meal.
Cute and tasty, I had some watermelon just for lunch too...though not poolside, quite nice. Thanks Bart!
they could can chunks of watermelon
Hi can somebody help me? What is the code?
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