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Equilibrio (Wii)

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Description

Equilibrio is an action/puzzle game where players need to get a ball to the exit to finish a level. To move the ball the playfield needs to be tilted. In the Wii version, tilt the Wii Remote (or lean on the Wii Balance Board) and the playfield will move. The ball is fragile; don't let it fall too far. Don't touch deadly obstacles like spikes or acid pools.

There are 64 levels to complete (60 levels for the iPhone version) and 25 goals to accomplish. The difficulty of the game adjusts itself according to player skill. There are 5 special balls with different abilities (rubber ball, paper ball, steel ball, ... ) Some balls are more fragile than others. Each level has its own high scores. There are five game modes, from a general unlock level-per-level conquest mode to the much harder Challenge levels. Levels can be skipped optionally. The Wii version includes two multiplayer modes with up to four players simultaneously.

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iPhone version reception

In an interview with the Belgian gaming website 9lives in August 2009, Bruno Urbain of the iPhone port studio Fishing Cactus said the iPhone version sold less than they expected. He said that the WiiWare version did very well, but the genre and the graphics were not aimed at the iPhone audience, but rather console players.

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  • Equilibrio (product page on the developer's website)
Christophe Kohler (180) added Equilibrio (Wii) on Apr 16, 2009
Other platforms contributed by Sciere (259814) and Christophe Kohler (180)