Run over and pop colorful spheres and watch them explode in a firework of colors! A colorful game with many options such as 2D, 3D, and Hyper 3D modes. Avoid enemies, collect spheres, and go wild when you get a speed boost, or power up.
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Description: Run over and pop colorful spheres and watch them explode in a firework of colors! Avoid the "Tinies", which are small pesky spheres that will follow you. Power up by popping a rainbow fountain, and you can now go after the "Tinies" and pop them too! Pop the "Speedies" and you're given a super speed boost that'll knock your socks off! All this time you're playing on a grid floating around in space, with a festive space scene that is full of life as your view. The game supports 2D, 3D, and "Hyper 3D" game play. Red/Blue 3D glasses are also supported in several game modes, and in the "Game Saver mode". The Game Saver is a built in screen saver of sorts that only works while you're running the game. There is also an additional game play option with different rules available in the registered version. Overall, Crazy Spheres is a light hearted fun game, with lots of game play options, and a lively sound track that is sure to put you in a good mood.
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