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At first glance, you may not believe that this series of small flash games turns out to be full 3D with only 500 KB size for its original .SWF file (designed by A Small Game). In particular, it comes with my favorite two elements: ball + balance with the effects of gravity and collision based on physics.
Pinkball first lets me think of the other two small games for Windows with the same type – 3D Balance Ball and Fragile Ball, so it was listed in the Ball World category. In the near future for AppNee’s second stage we will publish more well-chosen software and specific games in various categories.
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|Pinkball 1||9.02 MB|
|PinkBall 2||12.7 MB|
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