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Tuesday, May 30, 2006
With such an ordinary name, one would not expect much from an effort simply entitled ToJam Thing. The game only requires you to inflate bubbles and make them pop.

Then the objective hits you like a truck. Similar to Every Extend, shards from popped bubbles will be propelled in one general direction and cause a chain when hitting other red objects. The number of shards released depends on the size of the bubble when it explodes.

To make red bubbles grow larger, simply inflate them slowly. Bubbles which are about to burst will be unstable, making them easy to notice. A boss is introduced near the end. Game is over when the music ends or all lives are lost, whichever happens first.

Use the arrow keys to move and press the W, A, S or D key repeatedly to inflate bubbles. A bit like Dig Dug, really. Plus it was made in three days.

Name: ToJam Thing
Developer: Queasy Games
Category: Action
Type: Freeware
Size: 5MB