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As simple as drag & drop...
- Drag & Drop a piece. The laser guides will show where the piece will drop.
- If your piece falls on a positive or negative gravimetric area, it will be push or attracted.
- Arrange the pieces in blocks of 3x3.
- After a pulse (time) ends a new particle will appear on a capsule.
- Press on the empty capsules to get a new piece.
- Beware, if at the end of the pulse all the capsules are full, the alarm will activate.
- If the alarm it's running after the pulse ends, contention matter that will push your pieces up.
- Keep doing blocks of 3x3 after every pulse and gain score multipliers. Try to get the maximum!
- Pieces will keep getting harder and harder to sort as the levels go up. Keep focus to get to the higher levels.
- If one particle touch the pieces launch area, then is game over.
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