Shapo Gold
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows ME / Windows 2000 / Windows XP / Windows 98 / Windows 8
  • 500 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 128 MB Ram
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Shapo Gold 

Put your quick-thinking to the test with this strategic brain-teaser. Create straight lines of colored balls to remove them from the screen. Watch out, though, because the balls are weighted and each one you place will tip the scale! Lose control of the balance and it's game over! An intriguing challenge for the entire family, Shapo Gold is an exciting addition to any game library!

  • Two Game Modes: Classic and Puzzle
  • Exciting Power-Ups
  • Easy to Learn and Play
  • Beautiful Full Screen Graphics
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Reviews of Shapo Gold
 | Added on: January 1, 2012
 
I came back to read the reviews on this game because I got stuck early in the game (level 2) and wondered whether it was just poor skills on my part or others were having problems too. It seems like we all find it too challenging! However, it is a great concept for a game. I think they didn't do any consumer testing. Too bad.
 | Added on: January 4, 2011
 
A fun idea, kind of like Tetris on a seesaw (you need to fit the pieces together to complete lines AND keep the "seesaw" balanced, or they all slide off and you lose), with the added complexity that some pieces weigh more than others - problem is, it's a little TOO challenging, I kept running out of lives. And I am no Tetris neophyte. They should make the seesaw tilt a little more slowly, then I'd have a chance to make it. This one is a good idea, but in execution, it's only for the expert player. There is no way my 7yo & 4yo kids could play it.
 | Added on: January 4, 2011
 
This game isn't bad just not very easy. It seems to be a mix of Tetris & Super Collapse with a twist. Hardest part is keeping the scale balanced with all the different types of balls it gives you & since each have different weights can be tricky to right click to turn it fast enough to balance the scale. If you love Tetris & Super Collapse then you have a winner.
 | Added on: January 4, 2011
 
I thought I'd give this a whirl since it's a little bit different from my normal game play. What you are doing in this game is there is an assembly line of marbles at the top of the screen and the object of the game is to fit them in the grid and keep the scale "balanced." Too much to one side and you have to start again as the game gives you two lives. Once you use those up the game is over. I must of tried to play this anywhere between a 1/2 to an hour and just gave up on it. Way too much fast paced madness for me because FOR ME anyway the marbles move so fast along the assembly line and you have to rotate them. I was finding as I got some on the grid (scale) then there would be pieces that would come along I wouldn't even need as you can "swap" out a piece you've already taken from the assembly line with another on the assembly line. Then of course the scale was out of balance and would have to start again. Give it a whirl however as it just may be the kind of game you like to play and/or the challenge you are looking for. I hope you enjoy it if you decide to download it but definitely not for me.
 | Added on: December 29, 2011
 
This is a game that really puts your reflexes to the test. I headlined my review "Unbalanced Challenge" because, to me, that's what it is. If you combine the fast pace of the game with the different balls having different weights on top of the extremely sensitive scale the balls must land on, it becomes [one of] the hardest game[s] in the Gamehouse collection. It didn't take long to anger me, but that doesn't mean it's not a good game. I think the overall idea is great, but I would have enjoyed it much better if the scale wasn't so easy to upset. The game speed is too fast for me to handle and I died very quickly (and very often). As mentioned previously, the game resembles an advanced mixture of Tetris and Collapse on a see-saw. It is very difficult keeping the scale balanced while you try and concentrate on each ball's weights and fit the pieces where you want them to fall. It's still worth downloading and trying out if you like fast-paced challenges too rich for blood the likes of mine.
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