is a physics game. Throw blocks off the stage by shooting balls at them. There are many types of blocks, there are many types of balls. 30 levels to finish. (flash, music/sound effects optional) [more inside]
posted by crunchland
on Mar 9, 2010 -
(ha.) is a gravity-based game where balls drop at regular intervals from a particular point in the screen and you draw lines to make them bounce. The excellent part: every time the balls bounce off a line, they sing. [more inside]
posted by LMGM
on Mar 20, 2009 -
Friday Flash Fun: Switch
is a game where you are collecting black and white balls. The catch? If you are collecting the black balls, you can't touch the white balls and vice versa. You can, however, switch colors by clicking. In later levels there is an alien that enjoys trading.
posted by schyler523
on Aug 8, 2008 -
Get a Pair...
Ever tell anyone to "Get a Pair?"
Ever wish you (or someone you love) had more conviction, more commitment, more..."cajones?"
Well, now you can finally "fix" that situation.
Because, now there are Balsies
posted by Dunvegan
on Nov 16, 2004 -
Hundreds of kinds of mixed seeds, soil humus, and dry powdered red brown clay, form the solid components of seed balls
posted by sudama
on Jul 15, 2004 -
- NSFW, if you can't close your browser before the person over your shoulder says "Oh, Scarface! What's that playing Pacino - is it... it looks like..."
posted by GriffX
on Sep 10, 2003 -
Montana Goes Nuts!
The Rock Creek Lodge, outside Clinton, Montana, invites you for a four-day celebration of Pabst, prairie fries, and... well... pud: "Have a Ball at the Testicle Festival!" [via Blowfish.com's newsletter, 1st page = SFW].
Anyone here been to a "hicks-gone-wild" type of event? I've heard of backwoods "show us your tits" type festivals before, and I would tend to generalize them as isolated outbursts of the repressed (and very sexist toward women). This one seems to have a slightly different... um... bent.
posted by scarabic
on Jul 9, 2003 -
Underwater rugby? "An air-filled ball is not suitable for underwater games, since they are bouyant and always return to the surface. For this reason, Bersuda filled the ball with salt-water. Since the density of the ball was now greater than that of normal water, it no longer floated to the surface, but slowly sank to the bottom. The sink rate could, within certain limits, be controlled by the concentration of the salt solution. The first underwater ball was invented."
Apparently, it's big in Switzerland
(located east or south of Germany). Anyone else know anything about it?
posted by tippiedog
on Oct 5, 2001 -
i wonder if the woman will be charged with anything? i wonder if she's liable for anything? in a nation where predators sue their prey when they fight back, anything's possible, i suppose...
posted by fuzzygeek
on May 22, 2001 -