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Drop Ball
Category: Arcade
Author: Never Smiling Wolf | Size: 2.72 Mb | Version:
Requires: Win All | License: FreeWare | Date: 2017-06-03
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Author's note:

This is my newest and most favored game I have made. This game includes my best Gfx, sounds, and programming. The music is not mine, but who actually uses their own?

This game took me 4 school days and 1 weekend day. But, even so, this is still a game that I will NEVER be able to make a duplicate of.

Anyway, the object of the game is to clear as many balls as you can from the field. To do this, you have to click on a ball and drag it to a small hole in the bottom left-hand corner. All the balls above the ball you took out will fall down. If the ball that hits the ground first has the same color as one around it, it will destroy itself and set a chain reaction, popping any other balls that are the same color and are in its way. You have a certain number of turns, but you are not timed. Just play and you will understand. The game itself explains it pretty good.

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