Magic Balls is a new brain-teaser for all puzzle lovers. Your objective is to swap the balls to line up three of the same color. They explode, you score. The gameplay may seem simple at first, but in a couple of minutes it becomes very addictive.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:19
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Description: Even children can play this jolly game. This addictive puzzle is free of violence or stress. Just have a try and you won't put it down! Cheating won't not work, whereas logic will be of great use for players.
Playing this game is easy as a pie but victory implies here a much more strenuous and challenging undertaking. Simply use the mouse and choose two adjoining balls you want to swap, so that you'll get a one-color line. A subsequent explosion will mean that you've just scored your first points. The smaller the board, the more precious your points are. If you are deadlocked and no moves are left, then the game is lost.
Along with an engaging gameplay, you will discover nice graphics and a lighting effect that gives the balls a cute 3D look, adding elegance to the whole game. What's more, you can adjust the light sensitivity to your comfortable level. Apart from playing, you can listen to the gentle voice of the built-in midi player which is another novelty. Vividly textured balls are one more reason to buy this brilliant puzzle. Try Magic Balls and become a puzzle expert!
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