|Create a safe passage for a little red ball, using blocks, wedges, bridges...and, of course, your sharp wits. Get the ball into the hole safely by building a path for it. To use a building block, click on it.|
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|OS||Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003|
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Create a safe passage for a little red ball, using blocks, wedges, bridges...and, of course, your sharp wits. Get the ball into the hole safely by building a path for it. To use a building block, click on it; then click on the place you want to put it. To rotate a piece, click on it until it's facing the direction you want. To remove a piece you've placed, click on the eraser and then on the piece. When you're done building the path, click Start; this releases the ball. The faster and more efficient you are, the more points you score. Have fun and good luck!
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