E-Motion Deluxe is freeware puzzle/action game for Windows. It is a remake of the game E-Motion (originally titled Sphericule and also released as The Game Of Harmony) originally conceived and designed by The Assembly Line. The object of the game is to push balls with the same colour together so they disappear. To make things harder there are obstacles and elastic bindings.

The remake was part of the Retro Remakes Competition 2003 and is programmed in BlitzBasic. The 50 levels of the original game are there, and also 50 "deluxe" levels. The graphics are 640x480 instead of the original 320x200 resolution.

Minimum system requirements:
Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 or XP
Direct X 5.0 or higher
Pentium 333mhz or faster (*)
Soundcard (optional)
Joystick (optional)

(*) Pentium 333mhz was the slowest processor i could test the game on, maybe it also runs on a pentium 200Mzh, maybe even on a pentium 100mhz. If you can test the game on a low-end PC, please let me know if it runs okay or not.

On a side note: recently i found out some English gamecompany called "Darkhex" at one time worked on a playstation1 version of E-Motion, as you can see by these screenshots. Unfortunately it was never published, but the ISO for use with emulators is available for download.

Download E-Motion Deluxe here:

File size: 831kb
File date: 20 apr 2005
Mirrors: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Version history:
20-apr-2005: version 1.2 a previously unnoticeable bug caused the game not to start at all on Windows XP SP2, this is now fixed 14-sep-2003: version 1.1 small bugfix in "redefine keys" screen
31-aug-2003: version 1.0 initial release

E-Motion Deluxe is freeware, so feel free to copy and redistribute the game as much as you like, as long as all files remain unchanged.
(by the way, you can check out my other games on this page.)
Here are some E-Motion Deluxe screenshots (click to enlarge)
original level1 original level3 new levels optional monochrome mode