BLODIA
( Time Ball )
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ブロディア
Original Program:
©1983 Manuel Constantinidis
PC Engine Version:
©1989 Hudson Soft / vol.25
(Licensed by Brøderbund Japan Corporation)
Release : 1990-02-23 (¥4500)
HuCard (1 Mbit) HC90027
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Puzzle game

American Version
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Released in America as
TIMEBALL
( TGX020034 )
Blodia is a puzzle game by Hudson Soft and based on an original idea by Brøderbund. The game features a tiny crystal marble that slowly rolls through a maze of pipes. The goal of the game is to slide these tiles so that the ball keeps rolling and doesn't run out of track. Once the marble rolls passed a pipe it disappears and leaves space to more pipes to clear up. Later in the game, the playfield gets surrounded by exit pipes that connect with one another, this way the marble can exit at the bottom of the screen and reappear at the top of the field. A Turbo option is also available to speed up the ball. The first fifteen stages can be selected from the beginning and the game features a grand total of hundred different puzzles.
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I gave Blodia all the time and chances it deserved but I had to give up. I have to admit - Blodia is bad, unbelievably bad, hernially bad. Ok. Let's be realistic here. Blodia's concept is fine, nothing wrong about it. But I am asking - where are the nice graphics and addictive gameplay that whisper "come on ! just one more level, just one ..." into your ear ? Blodia lacks all of that, and probably more. The game has countless of boring monochrome puzzles that just drive you, a step at the time, towards a nervous breakdown. A frustrating and uninspiring game.




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