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Factory Balls 3
Posted on Thursday, March 4 2010 @ 21:54:45 PST

Hey guys, long time no see, today I'm doing [url=]Factory Balls 3![/url] (see that snazzy bb code i used?)

Well, if you've played any of the previous Factory Balls, this one will be very familiar. If you haven't, the general idea is to dip your balls in paint to make them a differerent colour, while covering certain parts to make a pattern of sorts, when your balls match the one on the box, you go to the next level and do it again. Factory Balls 3 doesn't really offer anything new, and the 'puzzles' are short and easy, with the exeption of one or two levels. All in all, the game reflects this review, if you liked this review, you'll like this game, see you in another 2 months. Also it would be a pain in the ass if none of this BBCode works, if it doesn't, I'll leave it there as proof of my failure.

+ puzzles!
-/+ balls!
-nothing new

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