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Powder Game - Best sandbox game ever (well, behind Minecraft)

Discussion in 'Gamers' Hangout' started by Dejan, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. Dejan

    Dejan

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    Hi guys.
    I wanted to share something I found, it's basically a sandbox physics game that works on java (it's online). But it's not like the other physics games you've seen, you get to mix chemicals, destroy stuff (including players/fighters) and play some awesome pre-made levels, enjoy!

    http://dan-ball.jp/en/javagame/dust/
  2. LoftedAphid86

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    Or the desktop game based on this, The Powder Toy that has more elements.
    I knew about this game years before you. :winktongue:
  3. Dejan

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    You've got to be kidding me...
    *runs file*
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    Everything that you mentioned is there. Players (STKM and STK2), custom levels (button at bottom left hand corner) and chemicals do a bit of mixing as well.

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