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You can help by adding leveo it. Ballance is a 3D puzzle video game for Microsoft Windows. The wooden ball is very stable and can be used for several puzzles in the game. Each level requires the player to complete physical challenges, which often have more than one puzzle to solve.
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The player's ball needs to roll on its side along two rails which are aligned vertically one above the other. April 2, NA: The stone orb is extremely heavy, and can be accidentally rolled off an edge very easily, but this ball can easily push down boxes and bridges. It was developed by Cyparadepublished by Atari and first released in Europe on 2 April This section needs expansion.
As the player navigates the ball along a path each become more difficult than the last. Views Read Edit View history.
Archived from the original on 11 December Rolling a rock ball through a bridge made of planks will make the bridge collapse.
The gameplay is similar to Marble Madness: For the surname, see Ballance surname.
Retrieved from " https: On occasion, the player has to push other balls down holes or onto rails to continue rolling along the path.
An Adrenaline Vault review by Bob Mandel described the game's graphics as "heavenly", particularly admiring the "exquisite detail". Articles using Infobox video game using locally defined parameters Articles using Wikidata infoboxes with locally defined images Articles to be expanded from August All articles to be expanded Articles using small message boxes.
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Ballance Game Level 13 (twilight zone) - Video Dailymotion
In level 12, the player's ball has to balance on the center of only one rail. This ballace was last edited on 13 Octoberat Its surface is not smooth, unlike the wood and rock ball, and so its movement is slightly variable. The side-rail is introduced in level three.
It is the very first ball, used in the easy levels. An additional level 13 was Twilight Zone, which was available for free on the developer's homepage.
In the game, the player can change the ball's material with special changers throughout the game's 12 levels. It can be transformed into a wood, rock, or paper ball.