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Obulis (Windows)

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Description

Obulis is a physics puzzle game, where the objective of each level is to drop spheres into pots matching their color. The spheres are suspended over the playfield in chains that can be selected with the left mouse button, and cut with the right mouse button or the space bar.

The game uses physics for the movement of objects. The simulated gravity pulls the spheres towards the ground. They collide and interact with one another and the playfield in a realistic manner, rebounding and swinging from their chains.

The game progress through a world map, where each individual level is represented as a tile. The progress is mostly linear, but sometimes the player has a choice between several paths. The main goal is to acquire 6 medallions, received after completing the levels marked with an icon at the map. Certain levels give pieces of a bonus tile that unlocks extra levels when complete.

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Obulis Windows Slingshot level
Obulis Windows Pond cannon
Obulis Windows Second level
Obulis Windows Third level

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The Press Says

PC Gameplay (Benelux) Aug 28, 2008 80 out of 100 80
GameZebo Jul 14, 2008 3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars 70
Out Of Eight May 08, 2009 5 out of 8 62

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  • Obulis (Official site, with video walkthroughs for some of the levels.)
Macs Black (77794) added Obulis (Windows) on Sep 28, 2008