Online Block Balancing Game – Super Mega Balance Party
Super Mega Balance Party is a challenging building and balancing puzzle game for kids & teens. Simply, drop blocks onto a platform within a certain time period, and keep them upright and balanced. In each level, you are given a target number of blocks that must be placed anywhere on the platform; You can build a pile of blocks, a stack, a tower, or a wall (of sorts). Your objects all have cute smiley faces, and can be cubes, spheres and rectangles. Once they are all in position, your construction must remain upright for ten seconds for you to progress.
This fun engineering and physics-based game is based on the laws of gravity, so if you put a block in an incorrect place, the whole thing comes tumbling down. Keeping everything balanced is the Key! This colorful online activity will also test your decision-making skills under pressure, as you only have a certain amount of time to decide the best place to land each block to create a solid, sturdy structure, and strategically place (drop) the target number of blocks in each level. Ok Master Builder – it’s time to put on your hard hat and start constructing your masterpiece! Good luck.
How to Play: At the start of each level, you are given a target number of blocks that must be upright on the platform for you to progress. The next block to be dropped is indicated in a little cloud at the top of the game screen. Using your computer mouse, you can scroll across and Left Click to drop. The block falls straight down from where you click. Keep dropping blocks until you have hit the target amount (indicated in the bottom left corner of the play area.) Once you have enough blocks on the platform, a green clock appears. If your structure stays upright until that clock ticks down, you progress to the next level.
You only have a certain amount of lives, and if a block falls off the side of the platform, you lose a life. If you lose all of your lives, you have to start the level all over again. Beware of the ticking clock at the bottom of the play area. If that ticks down before you get all of your blocks in place – it’s game over. As well as different shaped blocks, there are also different types. There are light, heavy, slippery and bouncy types, as well as rolling ones. In later levels, as well as balancing the blocks, you also have to keep the platform balanced. If the platform is glowing red, the little green clock won’t appear, even if you have hit the set target. Keep dropping blocks to balance out the platform, then the green clock will appear.