Giveaway of the Day - Fanged Fun

Fanged Fun
July 31, 2011

Your goal in this fun physics game is to help green and red faces get to their corresponding platforms. Transform boxes into balls and vice versa as you try to get the green and red shapes onto platforms of the same color.

Use your mouse to click a box to transform it into a ball, click the ball to transform it back into a box. If you screw it up, just press “R” KEY to restart level. Good luck!

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System Requirements: Windows XP/ Vista/ 7
Publisher: Wheemplay ltd
File Size: 5.71 MB
Price: $0.99

This software was available as a giveaway on July 31, 2011, this giveaway is not available any more. You can download the trial version of this software at

Terms and conditions

Please note that the software you download and install during the Giveaway period comes with the following important limitations: 1) No free technical support; 2) No free upgrades to future versions; 3) Strictly personal usage.


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  1. I may not bother posting a review this morning – got some family matters to attend to plus ALF has given a good synopsis of what this game offers below. I’ll try and post my usual review with images later if I get the time.


    Developers rely on good feedback to improve their games. If you download this game please take some time once you’ve played it a while to leave some constructive feedback either positive or negative. The more constructive feedback we get, the more likely developers are going to give more games away. The giveaway site already has a very good standing with the search engines. Developers want their products out there on the WWW, this site has the potential to do that. The game giveaway project gives away on average between 9 to 17 thousand downloads for each game depending upon what genre and how obscure the game is. That’s a lot of homes these games are being downloaded into and a lot of ‘potential’ cash that’s being lost by the developers. If we get better games because of better feedback, the community are likely to continue to benefit from the generosity of the developers. Satisfied community members are then more likely to visit the home sites of those developers and purchase games that they may not have bothered with before they discovered the developer via the game giveaway site, thus giving the developers more incentives to give away even more decent games.

    Please leave some feedback once you’ve checked the game out. It can be positive or negative, but please explain why your reasons for the feedback you post. You could also leave suggestions for improving the game, for example, this game could do with a levels editor, add more power-ups, describing the ones you think would be suitable, add some mini games (which seem all the rage in some arcade games now) or enable the user to be able to change the in game music easily.

    Thank you in advance to all those who take the time to post a constructive comment.


    Whiterabbit aka Stephen


    Comment by Whiterabbit-uk — July 31st, 2011 at 3:03 am
  2. I like it. You have to figure out when to make it square so it stops moving, and round to start rolling. Thanks GGOTD and Wheemplay.

    Comment by Anita — July 31st, 2011 at 3:17 am
  3. It is amazing how many different and nice little games Wheemplay has to offer. This one is quite hard to master.

    A coloured ball has to end on a coloured shelf of the same colour.
    There are more balls of different colours and more shelfs of different colours.

    Everything is moving so you have to act fast, but also you have to think out your strategy how to handle the puzzle.

    By clicking a ball it turns into a block which you can use to prevent rolling any further. Clicking a block will turn it in to a ball again.

    You can manage some levels only by trying and retrying (press ‘R’).
    I wish there was a way to slow things down a bit, because it seems impossible to crack certain levels. This is not due to solving the pauzzle but to the speed of things, verything has to be done quick and in the right order.

    Extra nice: there is a level editor (still have to find out how that works but I managed to put some balls and shelfs on the playingfield).
    So you can make your own levels that are less hard.

    You need some insight in the movement of objects ofcourse.

    I think this is a nice game as long as I will be able to crack levels. As soon I can not go any further It will be time to put all away I think (or make my own levels ofcourse).

    As always with Wheemplay, the game is portable and you can take it with you on USB-stick. Just copy “FangedFun.exe” from the installationfolder and put it on your USB-stick.

    Comment by ALF — July 31st, 2011 at 3:34 am

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