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E-Motion Instructions

E-Motion is controlled by using the mouse. Click on objects to clear them. Some objects may require multiple clicks and some objects cannot be removed at all. Click on the gravity button in the upper-right corner to change the direction of gravity.

E-Motion Walkthrough

E-Motion is a physics-based puzzle game. This physics game features simple graphics, easy-to-learn controls, a soothing soundtrack, and forty-seven levels.

The objective of E-Motion is to get the shiny object to rest on the shiny platform. In order to accomplish this goal, you will have to click to remove objects. Some objects require multiple clicks to remove them while other will not be able to be removed at all. Once the proper objects have been removed, gravity will do the rest of the work for you. If the shiny shape falls off of the screen or you feel the need to start over, you can reset the current level by clicking the restart level in the lower-right corner of the screen.

You will be relying primarily upon the force of gravity to accomplish your goal. The direction that gravity is "flowing" in is indicated by the direction that the "snow" moves on the screen. Some levels of this physics game allow you to switch the direction of gravity by clicking on the gravity button in the upper-right corner of the screen. Gravity does not always cause objects to move downwards or upwards, so be sure to pay attention to the direction of the "snow"!

If you want to test your brain's speed, then give Sprint Mode a try. In Sprint Mode, the objective is to complete as many levels as possible within three minutes. The clock will continuously tick down, even if you choose to restart the level! Levels are played in a random order in Sprint Mode and do not count towards levels beaten in the primary mode of this physics game.

Forty-seven levels may be too much for one sitting, but E-Motion saves your progress, so you can continue later should you need to take a break. If the forty-seven levels in this physics game aren't enough for you, try to design your own or unlock access to level packs created by other users for only one dollar!

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