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Description

Your newest addiction comes in 3D!

Very easy to play, too hard to master

Do not touch other Colors, that is it!

100+ Levels of limitless fun!

What’s New

Version 2.0

-New Levels
-More Colors
-Bug Fixes & Performance Improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
496.7K Ratings

496.7K Ratings

nickname🤨 ,

Pretty addicting

This is one of the most addicting games I’ve ever played! I tell myself “one more level” and then play 10 more before finishing. I’ve had it for a few weeks now and I’m over 1k levels. There really is no limit to how many levels you can go through and I’ve unlocked every floor theme. I’ve basically mastered the game! Although that has some downsides to it because once you know every move and what comes next (because every level I’ve played is basically a similar level to ones i have already finished) then you have basically beat the game like I have. I suggest adding a lot more things you can buy with the coins like maybe power-ups, upgrades for the ball, or just newer well made levels. Oh and could you cool it on the ads? I knew there would be ads when I got the game but this is just over kill! An ad literally pops up before I do anything in the game. Other than that, the game is awesome so keep the updates comin!

Firelord5620 ,

Great Game… at first.

So. I got this game and played it for about 3 days and had already gotten to stage 100. It was very addictive and I found myself looking forward to my first floor texture purchase. When I got it, I realized that it was a total disappointment. I knew that it would be just a new look but it didn’t even show that big of a difference. If you could make the designs more well defined, that would be great. This leads me to the second problem, there is only the poorly designed floors as a reward. You spend hours working to get to as many bonus stages as possible and get that crap. Add some other ideas, such as ball trails, ball designs, and backgrounds. The final thing is the one a lot of people notice around stage 100, the repeats in stages. Come on. What a lazy move. Plenty of games create THOUSANDS of levels that are harder to create than your little balls and blocks. This game has the potential to be a great app, but in the end, it has the quality of a beta stage game. I hope the developers realize that their add infested “free” game is so low quality that a 10 year old could make it on Khan Academy. Hope you all have a nice day.

Update:
I have now realized that they are adding new levels every few months. I can’t tell, however, if they are “adding new levels” and just saying that you can now get to stage 1500(?) and they just use the same stages.

some dude who hates things ,

Odd

The game is fun in a trivial way. There’s almost no levels that are hard and the ones that are hard are only like that due to bad design, stuff like colored blocks being placed too close together and the physics of certain shapes being a bit odd for the situation. Let me give an example. There’s a few stages where there will be a wall of colored blocks, and a big shape right in front of it. My example is this exact situation, except the giant object is a short cylinder, like a wheel of cheese, and the colored objects are a bunch of little triangles in a wall about four or five layers thick. The goal is to destroy the wall with the cylinder, but it was an oversight that the triangles can tip backwards and make a ramp for the cylinder, so it just launches into the air, and you’re left with a two or three layer thick wall. Those levels are few and far between, and I’ve only encountered about three of them in my 140 level experience. One more gripe. After level 100 you will get a message that you’ve completed the game, and that it will get harder from that point on... it does not. It stays the exact same in every single way imaginable, and doesn’t get challenging for even a second.

Fun game, too easy.

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