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it's pretty fun, and solvable, at least the lower levels. i've only gotten as far as level 12. but i've looked at some of those higher levels and that's just crazy! not sure if i'm going to venture on the higher levels. there's a point where it becomes more tedious than fun.
It seems that the number of balls in a level is determined by this formula :
#balls = 0.5*level*level + 2.5*level + 3
And the number of lines goes as follow :
#lines = level*level + 4*level + 3
Verify the formula by yourself, it works with levels 1,2,3,4,5,6. So it should work for every level.
I don't know what is the last level, but using the "skip to level" button, i was able to go to level 80. The navigator said that the flash script was slowing down the computer...
By using the formulas shown before, the number of balls and lines are respectively 3403 and 6723.