Ball Lines - Free Brain Game

Ball Lines
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Ball Lines is a colorful, challenging logic puzzle, good for improving logical reasoning ability and concentration.

Move the colored balls around the board, placing them in rows of five of the same color. As you do this, the balls are removed and you earn points.

Ball Lines Instructions

To begin, click the Small, Medium, or Large link or PLAY GAME button under the picture above. This opens the game in a pop-up window.

If you like this game, you might also enjoy the other free puzzle games on this site, such as All Out Lights, Wooden Path, and Emerald Thief.

HOW TO PLAY. The object of the game is to earn as many points as you can before the board is completely filled with balls.

With each move, three new balls are randomly placed on the field.

As more and more balls are added to the screen, the game gets more difficult. So it pays to be very efficient with your moves!

To move a ball, first click the ball. The ball starts bouncing up and down. Then click the square where you want the ball to move. Lines can be horizontal, vertical, or diagonal.

As I've said elsewhere, simple brain games like this one are my favorite. Few distractions, and they get right to the point - training a few specific brain skills.

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GAME TIP #1: Many games on this site such as Curveball were built with Adobe Flash. To play these games, you must allow the free Adobe Flash Player to run in your browser. If you don't see an animation in the red rectangle above, click in the red rectangle and activate your Flash Player. Then the Flash-based games should open for you.

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