Balance is reminiscent of the wooden board game Labyrinth where players steer a ball through a maze to a target.
Simple to learn yet difficult to master, Balance, requires players to tilt a playfield to guide one or more balls simultaneously to multiple targets through increasingly difficult 3D obstacle courses. Players can post and share their times over the internet along with a recording that can be replayed by other players to see how they managed to do it.
Balance can not only be controlled by the mouse, but can also be played with a handheld motion controller or by simply tilting a laptop. The game supports motion controllers like the ActionXL PC Motion Controller and the tilt sensors built into certain manufacturers’ laptops like the Lenovo™ Thinkpad series that sense when the machine is dropped to protect its hard disk.
Features: - Unique gameplay and control - Easy to learn, hard to master - 75+ challenging levels - Network and community support to share records with replays - Online competitions and tournaments - FREE, continuous level updates
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