Using gravity, dominoes, bowling balls (and other balls), ramps, balloons and cola bottles primed with Mentos, The Butterfly Effect invites you to solve physics puzzles and knock over the bowling pin at the end. In case you get stuck, the friendly Post-it Boy has left his clues where they might come in handy. This game is not entirely unlike the famous game "The Incredible Machine".
|Tags||Games - Linux|
|Licenses||GPLv2 Public Domain|
|Translations||English Dutch Spanish|
Release Notes: There are many improvements in Milestone 8.2 compared to Milestone 7. The most important is the addition of a level creator, which allows users to build their own levels. The second most important news is the introduction of several new objects (Balloon/Cactus, Link between objects) and the possibility to make something move or rotate at a predefined speed. Of course, there are many bugfixes as well; the user interface is a lot more stable, translations are more complete, and the game also works on Windows.
Release Notes: This release is considered to be of beta quality, with 30 fully playable levels. There are many improvements, including 300% or more performance improvements, several new levels, more complete internationalisation, and installers for 32-bit and 64-bit Linux.
Release Notes: New features include the completion of the i18n framework and Dutch support, 13 new levels, completion of drag and drop of objects, a new concept: PivotPoint making hinges and such possible, a new concept: PolyObject allowing non-square objects; and many bugfixes and small improvements.
Release Notes: This is the first playable version. There are currently 13 playable levels, with working physics.