Abandonware DOS title

The Game of Harmony

The Game of Harmony (also known as E-Motion) is an abandoned puzzle game developed by The Assembly Line and released by Accolade in 1990. The Game of Harmony runs on DOS but was also published for Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Game Boy. Download the game here.

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The Game of Harmony reviews

Zero Magazine Issue 7 (1990) - "E-Motion is all about population control. The idea is to bang away like an armed policeman without creating babies. Or something like that. You control an, erm... thingy with an arrow on top showing the direction in which you're facing. Knocking balls of the same colour together causes them to disappear. If, by some careless accident, two orbs of different colours collide, baby balls are produced. Being a good cannibal you eat them, because if you don't they grow into big balls themselves of yet another colour. Darwinism has never been so annoying. The idea is to get rid of all the balls before they explode and it ain't easy, mainly because your thingy is awfully difficult to control.
E-Motion is a game you'll either love or hate. It requires a good deal more joystick juggling than most puzzle games, which will almost certainly make it or break it depending on your point of view. But no matter how fast your reflexes, a dumb move can spell disaster as the population on screen takes off like rabbits on an 18-30 holiday. A complete load of balls. In the best possible taste."

Additional info about The Game of Harmony

Also known as: E-Motion

Input: keyboard, joystick

Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk

Also published for: Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Game Boy

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