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Cross Promotion: is a unique io game in which you have a black hole that needs to be the biggest hole out there! You've been given a chance to control a black hole - a small one, but capable of consuming everything on its path. You move freely across a lively metropolis and  you can swallow cars, humans, fences, street lights and even multi-storey buildings, although in the beginning your abilities are modest and you will have to start by eating all sorts of small stuff. And to avoid letting you get bored or feel invincible there are other black holes in the area - they all want to eat and grow, but there can be only one leader - the fastest and the hungriest of them all.

How to Play

The game controlled using a mouse.
Each round is two minutes long, you need to build maximum mass during that time. The more you consume the bigger you become. And the bigger you become the more objects you are able to consume. Start your in-game feast with small objects and gradually move on to buildings.

Play and become the biggest black hole in the city!

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The server is hosted internationally and it gives off shore or local resources a head start - I am on Itel i9900K with 500GB of ram with duel GeForce RTX 280s 11GB video cards, Spectrum Cable with 1GB 2ns lan, all on a eero Mesg 5.8 ghz net work - I have a Deathadder Elite mouse, Bose acusta mass Pc sound system and Razer - Huntsman Elite keyboard but when the game start 1. you jack asses turn up the adds sound 3 times the volume and do not allow for a mute, 2. when I enter the game I am already 3 to 5 secs behind the rest of the plays - I have spoken about volume control at the Gardner PC gamers booth at comic con and at Tech World - I would rate the game as far as game play a 5/5 but managed of the player expereince a -5 - Too many adds, 30sec to 25 sec adds every game in last hole is redicular and greed!   

So, I've done the Last Hole Standing thing a couple of times now. The times I made it to the end, it seemed as if at least 1 other player was completely out of bounds, and I was unable to actually win or end the game somehow. Heck, at one point I *SAW* someone just drifting off the island. I don't know if it's a bug, people hacking or a bad internet connection.