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Ball in the Cup Physics Game

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This is a cute and simple 20-level hand-drawn puzzle platform game where players must set planks, ramps, fans, and magnets strategically throughout levels in order to get the ball to roll into a cup while collecting money along the way.

  • Place your props where you think they need to go in the playing field for the ball to roll into the cup.
  • Click near the ball’s door to release the ball.
  • If you miss you can adjust the placements and try again.

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Ball in the Cup Game Play Instructions

How to Play

Set props where they need to go to make the ball roll into the cup.

  • Game Controls
    • Click on an item to select it.
    • Drag it where you want it to appear in the playing field.
    • Release the ball when you have all the pieces where you want them to go.
    • You do not control the ball directly. You only control where items are placed on the playing field.
  • Levels
    • This game has 20 levels.
    • Each level must be beat to unlock the next level.
    • To beat a level you need to get the ball to roll into the cup, but you do not need to collect all 3 cash piles.
    • Your game progress is stored in your local web browser.
    • You can go back and replay prior levels if you want to complete the game to 100% by getting all the cash piles from each level.
  • Strategy
    • You get an unlimited number of balls and can slightly adjust pieces if they are not placed correctly off the start, so don’t worry about messing up or dying. You can keep repeating the level you are on until you beat it.
    • Notes on individual items
      • Pencils: The sharp pencils which would destroy the ball when touched physically slightly higher in their hitpoint detection than they appear on the screen.
      • Planks: Ensure the exit to the plank is higher than where the ball will roll onto so it keeps its forward momentum.
      • Ramps: In some cases you need the ramp to catch a falling ball and have it set to where it absorbs the momentum force long enough for that force to be outpowered by the gravitational force and redirect the ball in the opposite direction.
      • Fans: Sometimes it makes sense to position the fan so it is something the ball rolls on or bounces off in addition to being blown by it. In some cases fans can push balls too hard, so you have to lower them or pull them back.
      • Magnets: How high or low determines how strong a magnet’s force is. Another factor which is important is the speed or momentum of the ball. In this game a slower moving ball will be more impacted by magnetic forces than a faster moving ball as the ball will be in the magnetic field for a longer period of time.

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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support

This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.

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One comment on "Ball in the Cup Physics Game"

  • Joey says:

    Despite its name, this game has very little to do with the handheld toy. Instead, it is a virtual simulator of a Rube-Goldberg device, like the ones you see in the cartoons. The object of this game is to get a falling ball into a cup using various items to serve as a bridge. Once you’ve set everything up, click on the pipe to get the ball rolling.

    Be wary of the game’s physics engine. Your ball will bounce around as it falls. Make sure everything is in place to guide the ball into the cup. In later levels, you may also encounter obstacles like pencils. The game also provides unusual pieces such as fans and magnets. These pieces demand creative thinking to be effective.

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