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Thursday, January 11, 2007
Colocoro is a brilliant action game involving the act of getting a metal ball to touch the blue exit area. Wii controller support is included, though it is still playable using the mouse or keyboard controls.

Press the enter or space key to navigate the main menu. The kicker course involves using a plunger to move the ball around, while holding down the mouse button shifts the maze around in rotation course. The same act is required in rolling course, though the ball's speed depends on the length of the line drawn. You can only tilt the maze slightly using the left or right mouse button in Colocoro course, but holding down both will cause the ball to jump.

Features an online high score table. Scroll all the way down for the download link.

Name: Colocoro
Developer: inaka
Category: Action
Type: Freeware
Size: 1MB
Blogger >DL< Likwit_Snake said at 1/11/2007 01:51:00 PM:  
Inspired by locoroco (PSP) probably? if i look at the name :p
Blogger Tim said at 1/11/2007 01:56:00 PM:  
You're right! I didn't notice that. :)

Though the gameplay is slightly different in certain areas. ;)
Blogger nuns noise nooses said at 1/12/2007 12:33:00 PM:  
the site keeps timing out for me, is this anywhere else?
Blogger Tim said at 1/12/2007 03:14:00 PM:  
Anonymous Anonymous said at 6/16/2007 04:59:00 AM:  
I used to play these kind of games as a kid, but not on the comp. It used to be in wooden boxes, with two axis you could turn, which would move the game's surface. The goal was to get a metal ball from one end of a maze to the other end, without it dropping in any holes along the way. Nobody I know ever did finish one of those things, but instead always got heavily frustrated by it.