The little black dots are attracted to the balls, so you can reposition the balls to adjust the paths of the dots. You can also move and rotate the two platforms. There’s no goal or scores, so just have fun!
Alright, try this one. First, just as marids says, let the little grains gather between the panels, and drag all the dots over the first one to the left. set the gravity to 0, and then set it up to 90000. Drag away the two panels, and wait until the grains scatter and new ones pour out. after the new wave of grains, place a panel to block any further grains from joining the "atom." With some help, it should soon form a stable orbit. Once it has, up the gravity to 100000.
See, that's why I don't like this game. Exactly what marids said, it's too technical!! lol
December 16th, 2006 at 1:02 am
has anyone tried to put the value to 0 then put all the tiny dots in 1 dot right below the big dot, then drag all the other big dots in to the same spot as the first big dot, then turn up the value to 2000! if you do this right, you can see a orbit of small dots like electrons around an nucleus. then you move the reflectors away and watch it spin forever.... in half spins anyways. and it'll blow you away..
December 15th, 2006 at 9:22 pm
this game IS pointless, but its not the worst
u suk, mcdough or whatever because u hate stuff not worth hating
December 15th, 2006 at 5:27 pm
I hate this game; there is just no point to it and it is the worst game I have ever played on.