Burning Sand 0.99b Beta 7 for Windows

by Max Nagl

Avg. Rating 4.1 (9 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.8 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 22,166
Publisher Max Nagl
Homepage Burning Sand

Publisher's Description

Burning Sand is a very fast particle simulator. It's a reimplementation of the Java game "World of Sand." You can drop several elements with your mouse. These elements are falling down until they hit the ground. If two elements come very close they can interact. For example: if salt touches water it becomes to saltwater.

Latest Reviews

trents

trents reviewed v0.99b Beta 7 on Dec 2, 2010

Nice game..Funny it can kill our time..

devilrider

devilrider reviewed v0.99b Beta 7 on Aug 5, 2008

Newest Version - 0.99b Beta 7 (2007-03-20)

There is now Burning Sand 2

Newest complete Version - Alpha 11 (2008-04-13)

at h**p://siebn.de/burningsand2/game/

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v0.99 Beta 6 on Feb 16, 2007

would be cool if they could implement a customizable hourglass (without the interface). Other than that I don't see a purpose.

Banquo

Banquo reviewed v0.99 Beta 6 on Feb 16, 2007

Kind of fun for a few minutes once you figure it out, which took me a while since there are no tool tips at all and the interface makes even Windows 1.0 look advanced.

Avg. Rating 4.1 (9 votes)
Your Rating
trents

trents reviewed v0.99b Beta 7 on Dec 2, 2010

Nice game..Funny it can kill our time..

devilrider

devilrider reviewed v0.99b Beta 7 on Aug 5, 2008

Newest Version - 0.99b Beta 7 (2007-03-20)

There is now Burning Sand 2

Newest complete Version - Alpha 11 (2008-04-13)

at h**p://siebn.de/burningsand2/game/

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v0.99 Beta 6 on Feb 16, 2007

would be cool if they could implement a customizable hourglass (without the interface). Other than that I don't see a purpose.

Banquo

Banquo reviewed v0.99 Beta 6 on Feb 16, 2007

Kind of fun for a few minutes once you figure it out, which took me a while since there are no tool tips at all and the interface makes even Windows 1.0 look advanced.

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