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Wednesday, July 12, 2006
Twinkle is an alright Game Maker production by Dark Sirrus featuring excellent use of special effects, although the novelty wears off rather quickly since it was originally made with short bursts of action in mind. Your task is to destroy all stars as they appear on screen or risk collision with these celestial bodies, which seem to gravitate towards you at an alarming speed.

Move the mouse around to aim and left click to fire a beam of destruction. The game ends when all health is depleted. That's about it really, although the developer promises a sequel with plenty of new features to be released in the near future.

Name: Twinkle
Developer: Dark Sirrus
Category: Action
Type: Freeware
Size: 10MB