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Bananaman7

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A member registered Sep 18, 2019

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I enjoy this version over the deluxe because I prefer the bombs to immediately explode rather than a ball being wasted to cause the detonation. I enjoyed the idea of the 1x4 block that went straight down, but it didn't really feel right, and if you place it sideways, it would fall straight through. The idea of the colors and their relations was innovative but really a little too much for me. One thing I do prefer about the Coolmath and Deluxe version is the opportunity to instantly bring it all the way down, whether it be via x button or space, and that is the main reason I play the Coolmath version instead of this one. I really love the original, and I think the patterns and procedures that I had to learn along the way to win was very entertaining. I think this is a case of simple is best, and I do have sentiment with the original.  You are a genius and a master of your craft, and I once again applaud you for your masterpiece of a game.

Yo, Tech-Nostalgic. You ruined my life. I got so addicted with your game I failed all my classes. I hope you're happy. Anyway, I spent three+ consecutive hours earning my official high score of 349,750 on the Coolmath version. If scoring is different and that's less impressive, then my life has been wasted. But I do want you to know that I truly enjoyed your game; it is honestly one of my all time favorites. Thank you for it, and I didn't actually fail, btw, but the game was very addictive and did cause me to not do homework a couple of nights. God bless you.