A Windows puzzle game with smooth animation and sound. Game objective is to align same colored balls in horizontal, vertical or diagonal lines. In standard game you will start with board 9×9 squares. Each turn three new balls appears in random places and random color. Your mission is to move balls so that there is at least five balls in line. Aligned balls will disappear. Game lasts until all squares are filled. You can play also other board sizes and select how many balls will appear per turn or how much balls must be aligned before they disappear.
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