Stack Overload it is a game about a program stack overflow. It is a logical game based on the idea "find a pair" like other "match up" and "memory" games, but with some interesting additions. The player plays the role of one of the rival programs that try to overflow the stack of the other program and cause the crash. Become a program! Crash the others!

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HENRYTHOMAS
HENRYTHOMAS

Guys can i get your official email addresss??

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krakian_scary
krakian_scary

What class of memory game it is?? i cant see the blocks colors and the pc,obiusly yes...

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Vychanoo
Vychanoo

what is the chances of beating the last program? was it meant to be very very hard?

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UlpoMedia
UlpoMedia

I beated the last program in the second chance, because he press "Swap" in the first turn DX

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vmp0514
vmp0514

Hi folks, I just wanted to share my quick review and gameplay video:

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Thanks!

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IronArcturus
IronArcturus

Wow, this game is really fun! But I can see some people need some help on how to play the game:

The object of the game is to fill your opponent's side with blocks. Once their side gets too full it creates a "stack overflow" and ends the game. With each new round, the game board will randomize the blocks in the middle of the screen. The player has to match at least 2 different blocks in the middle, such as "Push" and "Push." If the player doesn't find a match, then it will be the opponent's turn.

If the player matches two "Push" blocks, this will push a block to the opponent on the right side. If the computer gets two Push blocks it will put a block on your side (left). To eliminate a block on your side, you must find two "Pop" blocks. If a player gets too many blocks in their stack, then the other player will win.

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Jobeaur
Jobeaur

Great game! I love this kind of simplistic puzzle games. I find this game should also be available for android devices... Anyway I'm looking forward to seeing more games of yours.
Good luck with the game!

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MatiasDesu
MatiasDesu

I do not understand much of that is the game, you could do a Spanish translation? :)
If you tell me I leave feedback: 3
Uruguayan and I speak Spanish, I try to speak the best English, but there are things you do not understand ..

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