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B.A.L.L.Z. - platform/puzzle game where you control a rolling ball
The game is a platformer with some puzzle elements. You take control of a ball which is genetically modifed by the British secret service. Your mission is to rescue captured British soldiers from a prison in Iran.
The game was written in 72 hours for the TINS competition, a competition similar to Speedhack. The name TINS is an recursive acronym for 'TINS is not Speedhack'.
20 March 2013
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20 March 2013
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