Description of Make Them Fall
Very complex time-killer.
- Minimalistic design
- Easy control
- There is no significant disadvantages
To properly play Make Them Fall, you need to have a very quick speed of response. When you play the mode with two tracks the game seems very easy as from the very beginning of the game characters have a low speed and very slowly fall down. The first hundred needles are elementary to fly, but after that it's became more and more difficult with every second to deal with it, the characters have tremendous speed.
The mode with three players is similar to the first mode. The location of five players mode is already furious, especially for perfectionists, as three tracks are in a reduced form located at the top and below there are two large-sized strips.
The second last mode has 6 tracks. It's impossible to hold out for very long in this mode. In addition, there is a special mode, named "Make Them Fall". Here, we won't have to dodge from the needles, we need to collect hearts without missing any heart. You have three chances, so, you can skip the heart twice, and the third time you'll lose. Unfortunately, this mode has only two tracks.
The game is nothing special and steep, has nothing to appreciate it for. Game has inappropriate sound which is a bit annoying. Graphics deserves no major complaints, as it's done well, but has nothing stands out.
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