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Wildball

Version 5.2.12, Release Date: October 01, 2003, Made by Mark Okun , Used Java 1.5

History

JezzBall is a highly addictive game for Windows that was originally designed by Microsoft in 1992 as part of the Microsoft Entertainment Pack.
  • In 2000 the first java version of WildBall was created.
  • In March 2003 the PALM's version of WildBall was created.
  • In March 2003 the Window's version of WildBall was created.

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Rules

The game begins in a large capture chamber with one ball bouncing around (Jezzball from Microsoft has two balls at begin) With a click of the mouse, you can build a new chamber wall and trap the balls in a smaller space. But be careful, if you don't build your wall completely across the chamber before it's hit by a Jezz ball, it won't withstand the impact.

How play

Use mouse to play
  • Click on the left mouse's button to draw bar
  • Click on the right mouse's button to change orientation of bar
Using option dialog you can
  • turn sound off/on
  • Show or hide grid
  • Set % to complete level (Jezzball from Microsoft has this value = 75%)
  • load theme (not good idea if you use wildball as applet and have slow connection)
  • Change style

This site keeps 10 highest scores.
The registered users can see personal statistics

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