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Juxtapose

by Daniel X. Moore - Competition Entry

This "select 3" puzzle game explores a simple system. The interactions must be discovered and the specific patterns that invoke them vary with each new game.

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Ratings

#71Innovation3.19
#86Audio2.67
#96Theme3.20
#143Fun2.54
#156Overall2.58
#198Humor1.53
#201Community1.70
#201Coolness0%
#216Graphics2.00

Comments

Devenger says ...
Dec 20, 2010 @ 4:55pm

Very cool. Some things perhaps should be clearer (I presume Power Up! increases the points you get for each ball you remove/change?) but generally it was a pleasure just to try things, see the results, and try and build a strategy from it. The different sound effects for the different results you could get were a nice touch. Well done :)

devinmoore says ...
Dec 20, 2010 @ 9:36pm

Pressing space just locked it up for me... not sure what I'm doing wrong but it definitely wasn't working the way I thought it would.

Jonny D says ...
Dec 21, 2010 @ 12:24am

That was pretty cool.

Dec 21, 2010 @ 1:38am

@devinmoore I've had reports of it not working in FireFox. Chrome may be your best bet.

ranklar says ...
Dec 21, 2010 @ 2:26am

Tried Firefox (doesn't work), and I tried IE 8, and it doesn't work. I am not going to install Google and agree to their EULA, sorry mate.

refrag says ...
Dec 21, 2010 @ 8:52pm

Not bad! The only thing was I kept forgetting what pattern did what. It would almost be cool if the game had a legend showing which pattern did what after you "unlock" each pattern. There were just too many to keep in my head.
A solid game concept. Great work!

kurtwaldowski says ...
Dec 22, 2010 @ 6:37am

Pretty cool idea. I was compelled to bust out a pad and pen and log the combinations. Neat; some graphical effects could have greatly increased the experience. However, time was of the essence :P

Endurion says ...
Dec 22, 2010 @ 5:48pm

This locks up my browser completely.

HTML 5, unravelling shit performance that we thought finally forgotten and buried

jolle says ...
Dec 23, 2010 @ 9:21pm

In Opera, the keys did not just move the selection/activate, they also scrolled the browser window, which was a bit annoying.

Interesting idea.

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