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Mojo! is a 2003 video game released exclusively for PlayStation 2 and Xbox. The player controls a marble through a series of traps in order to break all of the colored blocks in a level. It is somewhat similar to Super Monkey Ball and Marble Madness, yet is much different and provides a much larger set of puzzles and obstacles to solve. Players receive a bonus if they beat a level in a certain amount of time. There are 100 levels included in the game, and a few multiplayer modes. There is also a stage editor where he or she can create all new levels.
- Red cell - A red color cell Needs a Red Mojo to destroy.
- Green cell - A green colored cell Needs a Green Mojo to destroy.
- Blue cell - A blue colored cell. Needs a Blue Mojo to destroy.
- Yellow cell - A Yellow colored cell. Needs a Yellow Mojo to destroy.
- Ice cell - Icy version of all cells. The player has to destroy all the color cells to destroy these.
- Barrier cell - Indestructible cells that are gray.
- Diode Barrier cells - Barrier cells that have a passageway to go through (1-way only).
- Target Barrier cells - Destructible versions of barrier cells. Requires to be hit on a specific side.
- Death cell - A hollow cell with a death sign inside that lowers your meter by 1/10 on contact.
- Key - A key to open a lock (Must be a Yellow Mojo to pick up a key).
- Lock - Requires a key to open (Must be Yellow Mojo to open a lock).
- Teleportation - A hollow pyramid that has an orb in the center, teleporting you to a specific location. Cannot be placed in
- Infusers - Orbs floating above rings that change Mojo's color. (e.g. Green infuser changes Red Mojo to Green Mojo)
- Red Infuser - An orb floating above a ring that changes Mojo's color to red, being able to destroy only red cells.
- Blue Infuser - Changes Mojo's color to blue, having the ability to destroy only blue cells.
- Green Infuser - Touching a green infuser changes Mojo's color to green, enabling Mojo to destroy only green cells.
- Yellow Infusers - Yellow infusers change Mojo's color to yellow. Being Yellow Mojo enables Mojo to pick up keys and open locks.
- Death Cell - A hollow cell with a death sign inside that lowers your time meter by 1/10 on contact.
- Enemy Ball - A moving enemy that lowers your time meter by 1/10 on contact. These only move in straight lines back and forth. (Cannot be placed in level editor)
- Repulsers - Non-moving hazards to push you away like a magnet. When the unmagnetized power-up is picked up this hazard is rendered useless (Cannot be destroyed by the shield power-up).
- Attractors - Non-moving hazards that pull you towards it (Cannot be destroyed by the shield power-up).
- Unmagnetized power - Repulses and attractors won't have any effect.
- Shield power - In single player: Destroys any hazards/enemies on contact. In multiplayer: Makes death cells harmless.
- Kill Enemy power - When you get it, Mojo can get rid of an energy ball or death cell.
- Spectrum power - A power-up that is capable of Mojo being able to break any color cell without the corresponding color. (e.g. Destroying a blue cell with a Red Mojo)
- Ball power (Multiplayer only) - Gives your ball strength and allows you to knock a ball out of ring.us
Reverse power-ups are power-ups that have negative effects.
Reverse - Changes the controls. (Instead of forward you go backward)
More Magnetized - Looks like an unmagnetized power-up that makes Repulsors and Attractors have a stronger force field.
*Shrink - A "power-up" that shrinks Mojo. (Single-Player only)
- Power-ups that cannot be placed in level editor.
All of the music in the game is actually pre-produced production music from FreePlayMusic.com. Some of the tracks in the game include:
- Call The: Stephen A. Love, Scott Schreer - World 9 theme
- Comeback: Jim Klein, Scott Schreer - Credits theme
- Fembot Caress: Phil Garrod, Reed Hays, Scott Schreer - World 7 theme
- Hap Hop: Pete Calandra, Scott Schreer - World complete theme
- Lowfrican: Ken Wallace, Scott Schreer - World 2 theme
- Manchester Moon: Phil Garrod, Reed Hays, Scott Schreer - World 1 theme
- Manhattan Avenue: Pete Calandra, Scott Schreer - World 3 theme
- Moteff: Ken Wallace, Scott Schreer - World 5 theme
- Stud: Robin L. Klein, Scott Schreer - Title theme and World 4 theme