I thought I would make the town collapse, or deplete the natural resources of the area and drive everyone out making it a ghost town.... but no I just upgraded my robot (very quickly since you don't have to buy the upgrades in order) and made the world a better place. Huh.
Great game! unfortunately When I play the music box for the Sister upstairs it glitches. She talks, leaves the room, then the SAME dialog shows again and I am left without a cursor. I have replayed several times in an attempt to get past this point but have gotten the same result every time. PLEASE HELP! I have enjoyed the game and would like to continue.
It isn't that this game is hard. For a game to be hard you have to have some sort of CONTROL over the outcome. I stopped bothering to move the mouse. I simply clicked the button to restart the level then clicked the screen. If my actions had anything to do with the outcome, my numbers should have stayed pretty consistent. Instead they varied from 5 to 50-some. I didn't have any more trouble "winning" than anyone else. A interesting program, but I don't think I'd call it a "game".
Hooray for clicking the tools! It makes it a much more polished game. My only suggestion at this point would be to leave a faded image of the tools in their respective circles while you are using them. When I have lots of tools on the ball I am left trying to figure out which blank cylinder to click to remove the top tool. An alternative would be to do away with clicking and dragging all together and simply click the tool while its on the ball to remove it. That sounds like a lot more programming though. :) 5 out of 5!!!
This game would play much more smoothly if I could simply click on the tool to use it. Dragging the ball to the tool is very tedious, especially when you need to use the same tool over and over. 4 out of 5 stars! Woot!