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Factory Balls 3
Factory Balls 3 Walkthrough
Factory Balls has returned! The first and original Factory Balls was an entry to a well-known gaming website's game design competition... and it became a HUGE hit... so huge it spawned another sequel, Factory Balls 2. And for those who simply can't get enough of the brain-racking puzzles in this series, Bart Bonte now brings us Factory Balls 3.
This brain game shows tons of more wicked ways to spend your time and exercise your logical and creative side. You will find yourself attempting to paint plain, tiny, and white ball according to the specified goal design as a throbbing and engaging music plays along. If you have played the previous installments, there's no reason to be reading... you should just jump in! But for those of you who have no idea what this series of brain games is all about, I suggest you read the following wall of text.
The idea of this simple but extremely addictive brain game seems very straight forward. Take note: it SEEMS to be simple. To start off, you will have a rotating cog that is filled with white little balls. On the same game screen, you will find a host of tools and gadgets.
They are ranging from cans filled with wet paint, belts, some masks, a couple of glasses, plungers, screwdrivers, and those are just to name a few. You will have all the tools you need to turn that white plain ball into the finished product, whose picture is shown at the bottom portion of the game screen. Create an EXACT match out of the plain white ball and you get to move on to the next level.
It sounds easy to play, yes? However, playing it is a different story!
True enough, just like other brain games out there, Factory Balls 3 is sort of easy in the beginning levels. During the first levels, all you have to do is accurately reproduce the paint patterns on the finished balls. As you progress, however, you need to move on to MUCH more advanced stuff like making use of seeds to cover the balls with flowers / grass. You will find yourself creating very elaborate geometric patterns... and you need to do it in the RIGHT order. Some levels will require you to use other tools to turn your tiny white balls into cute animals such as bunnies or pigs. And those are just to name a few!
Before you can think about starting your design, you need to look at the finished ball / design very closely. Rushing is not something that's rewarding in most brain games. This game is no exception. It is of the essence that you think... and think well before plan and act out the order of your moves with great caution. If you make a slight slip, you may need to throw your work into the trash bin and start from scratch.
Oh! And I forgot to mention something: the number of plain white balls you work with is limited. Once it runs out, then it's game over. True, win or lose, you are bound to have lots of fun in this game. BUT, hey, it's a lot more fun to win!
A brain game that tests your patience, visualization, and logical thinking skills - together with the rest of the series, Factory Balls 3 is sure to give you a good mental workout.