Transformice Fraises Hack 2013

Game Review:
Gameplay in Transformice consists of two things. As a mouse, you run around the gameplay area and try to work together with other mice and the shaman to get to the cheese and bring it back to your mouse hole. As a shaman, you try to help the mice get the cheese to the mouse hole by spawning objects that will work as bridges, towers to climb, and so forth. Simple controls and fast rounds make the game easy to get into and crazy action that allows for over 30 players per room helps make the game exciting. It also helps that there’s no cash shop, you just build up a cheese reserve over time that can be used to buy cosmetic items.

The graphics in Transformice are charming. A mix of minimalism and cuteness make them hard to resist. Everyone will look the same for the most part, but the game definitely has its quirks, nonetheless.

Sound is a major detractor. The game has absolutely no sound in it at all. Sound could have added to the game with some charming music and/or simple things like a running sound or a squeaking sound. However, there’s none.

The community annoyed me a bit. They annoyed me a bit not because of the stream of swear words, or because of any sort of “noobishness” that may have occurred, but because mostly all of them, including those who had played the levels several dozen times, refused to put any sort of teamwork into the levels. Even the levels where you were on a teetering platform and balance would be the only thing keeping it up, the players would just send it teetering even further.

Overall, the game works in a browser, is accessible, and easy to get into. Quick games and fast-paced gameplay make it easy to play casually, as well. With sound, some more variation, and a long term goal, the game could be a great way to spend lots of time in fast-paced gameplay. However, as it stands now, it’s just a game to play as a time-waster. Thankfully, you don’t have to pay anything to play.

How to use?
– Open hack
– Type your username and press “Activate”
– After you press “Activate” you will need to choose to add 50, 100, 250, 500 or 1000 Fraises

- Choose your desired ammount and press “Add”
– ENJOY!

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67 thoughts on “Transformice Fraises Hack 2013

  1. Scott W

    The town where I live is trying to get rid of the bridge. The bridge is safe and it is the only one in our area. Over the years people have used this bridge to get to and from work so I am trying to get more info on swinging bridges in Virginia. So that it can be taken before our town council.

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  2. clntvrrt

    Ok I’m gonna get an electric guitar , I need to know what difference bridges make , I’m probably gonna get one of these three guitars (an Ibanez halberd or an Ibanez glaive or an Ibanez falchion ) I needto know if bridges make any difference in the sound , or something like that please help me!

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  3. stephen m

    This is rather hypothetical. Say you are a vampire who can’t cross moving water unless you are more than 50 feet above it. Could you still get around Suffolk County by car or bus? How much time would it add to your trips? I suspect the big bridges would be okay but any idea about bridges that cross smaller streams in “less” metropolitan areas, say, Quincey, MA? Thanks.

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  4. Rassling Fundamentals

    Can you please help me answer these questions about bridges?

    1) What has happened to the distance that bridges span over time?
    2) What does a truss do to help build longer bridges?
    3) What is one difficulty to building a large bridge and how was it overcome?

    Please, any help would be great; even if you can’t help me with all of them!
    I really need this URGENTLY!
    Thank you so much in advance for anyone who helps!

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  5. Random

    My dentist sold me on a good quality temporary bridge ( that should last about 12-18 mos) which would allow me financially to get some other work done. There was a build up necessary on the teeth which were all formerly housed beneath a fixed bridge. Is 3400 total for two temp bridges and build ups out of line?

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  6. sick_mick_101

    I know many of the covered bridges were washed out in the flooding after Irene. I am planning a trip to Vermont at the beginning of October. How can I find out which bridges were washed away?

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  7. zaclo

    I’m doing a science fair project on bridges and the class criteria states that I need at least two magazine sources. I really want to get some notes on how bridges are made. I’ve looked everywhere for free online magazine sources, but none of them seem to have anything on bridges in general. Anything about bridges in general would be greatly appreciated, and it has to be a magazine article. I also need to cite my source in my bibliography, so I need a source that has citing on it. Thank you for the help.

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  8. supernerd567

    I have 5 skin bridges under my foreskin and they are causing my penis to twist (that’s what the doctor said and he said its called torsion) but the doctor said that the most likely reason why they happened in the first place was that someone forcibly retracted my foreskin when I was a baby thus causing the 2 surfaces to heal back together. Could he be correct on that?

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  9. stealspartansbcglobalnet

    I know many of the covered bridges were washed out in the flooding after Irene. I am planning a trip to Vermont at the beginning of October. How can I find out which bridges were washed away?

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  10. Patrick

    I have always been a little timid in crossing any of the bridges, but I will need to do so soon. Which bridge is the least terrifying to use/ least grates?

    Reply
  11. HASTHEANSWERS

    I’m doing a little project on bridges, but I can’t find a mathematical formulae on how bridges dissipate force, some websites say they do this by spreading for force out over a bigger area – so it would therefore decrease pressure?

    Reply
  12. Lachlan

    Now with bridge tolls getting as high as $13 per car, I’d like to know what the annual toll revenue is from all the main bridges and tunnels in NYC, all the while the city says its broke.

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  13. Anny

    It has to fit into its surroundings, which in my case, is the traditional Japan. Sadly, cable-stayed and suspension bridges won’t do because it wouldn’t look natural. Most importantly, I want to know which type of bridge would curve sideways better.

    Reply
  14. Patrick

    I need to make a project about bridges and need MAJOR help on what impact bridges have on the society!
    PLEASE help!!!!
    Thank you.

    Reply
  15. Michael K

    Specifically for vibrations. It can regard earthquakes.
    I keep getting popsicle stick bridges on Google.
    Stupid Google.

    Two solid points please!
    Guaranteed 10 points!

    Reply
  16. shahedC

    I live right by San Francisco and i’ve been wondering how are bridges built (like the bay bridge) underneath the ocean. How do they manage to get everything down there if oceans are so deep?

    Reply
  17. nick s

    Why are truss bridge designs used in the construction of bridges today? Is it because they are stronger? And if so, how?

    Reply
  18. Jose B

    I am in a high school Tech Ed class and we had to build a bridge out of balsa wood and glue. My bridge is not symetrical and is going to earn a bad grade. My only hope is to display great understanding of how bridges carry force and how they work. It would be very helpful if you could provide information l and thank you for your information in advance.

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  19. Jenna

    When you drive over an overpass/bridge, you can see the pavement is sometimes a different color than the regular black tar. It is often white and when driving over it, I can hear this high pitched sound. I also see grooves on the pavement. What material is used on bridges as opposed to regular tar on roads?

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  20. Picean

    I’m talking really old bridges, some medieval (with nice scenery) However I do not want a plain old picture of a bridge, I want it to be different :) I’m seeking some really weird ideas like dead people floating in the water, or trolls hiding under the bridge…
    (For A-level photography btw!)
    Thanks for any answers :)

    Reply
  21. Flash Funk

    I am doing a project on bridge failures, and I was wondering what would be some good questions to include in my survey. My goal is to come up with a list of characteristics to include in bridges to make them almost indestructible and much safer.

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  22. Boo Cookie

    I was a fan of covered bridges long before the book or movie about “The Bridges of Madison County.” Both sets of my grandparents lived in Madison County, Iowa. They took me and the other grandchildren to several of the bridges and we got to walk through them and hear the history of the covered bridges.

    Maybe you don’t have an interest in covered bridges but what about old barns or homes?

    Reply
  23. hank baseballs

    What special role is played by the amino acid cysteine?How do disulfide bridges influence protein shape and stability?

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  24. Myles

    I wanted to know why bridges use concrete for the roads instead of the tar pavement we see on our city streets?

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  25. Brian

    My coach makes my rugby team and I do a range of exercises, two of which include hip hinges and glute bridges. However, I fail to understand what these exercises/stretches do to benefit my body?

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  26. Marlon P

    the ocean is too deep to build supports on.It would be impossible to make it stable without massive amounts of resources, plus with ocean levels rising, it would need to be adjustable.yet engineers build massive and stable bridges over oceans.which techniques they use for it?

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  27. Splash Log Level 2 Again

    The fear of driving over bridges….Yeah What do you do to get over the fear of driving a car over bridges? Thanks ahead of time for all the answers.

    Reply
  28. Peter

    I’m learning biology(high school, going to take the SAT2). The book says that sulfur is essential that it forms sulfide bridges that are found in proteins. But when I googled “sulfide bridge” it redirected to disulfide bridge which is disulfide bond. Also, the terms sulfide and disulfide confused me. Is disulfide bridge same with sulfide bridge? Can anyone explain them to me? Thanks!

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  29. Terrence

    I had a dream that I was in control of building a new United Nations building in the middle of the Pacific ocean and used floating cement-like material to build this bridge. Also, these bridges were made by all continents except for Europe and all met in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Is this possible?

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  30. lets roll

    Is there a map somewhere, where they can map out a route?

    Is there a minimum bridge clearance height (not likely) or a maximum height to semi-tractor trailer loads?

    I’ve seen big rigs stuck under bridges bec of no clearance, but its very rare. It seems it wouldn’t be that rare.

    How do the truckers know ahead of time which low bridges to avoid?

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  31. Xbox360king

    suppose all the bridges in new york were closed. what effect would that have on the city of new york?

    Reply
  32. Motordom

    How exactly are bridges built in the middle? I understand that it could be while on a boat, but the workers would literally be moving around, no? I never thought about it before, but now I’m curious to know.

    Reply
  33. Ramblin Spirit

    I have a project where I need to find out what materials are used to make Maryland bridges corrosion proof. Please have a link for me, I need it for resources.

    Reply
  34. tefa_96

    I am having trouble with recovering from bridges. I also want to learn a back handspring and want to know how long it’ll take to get both splits coz I have until December!

    HELP!! (please answer all questions)

    Reply
  35. Brian

    I always wondered how they build bridges.
    OK, the water is swirling past, you can’t just get a shovel, stand on the river bed and build a few stalks then rest a bridge on them.

    Like if I were trapped on an island like ‘lost’ I would have no idea how to go about building a bridge.

    Any insight, please?

    Reply
  36. zigg3ns

    I have been afraid of bridges for as long as I can remember. I am not really sure why I am afraid of them, but every time we go over on, for example the one over Lake Marion, I start breathing really fast, and shaking a little. Is this normal?

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  37. Kaden

    I’ve wanted to do something to make my room look better for awhile, and since I love bridges I thought it might look nice to put some pictures together to put on the wall. I was thinking of buying a wall calendar with bridges, and then somehow putting those pictures together on a board? maybe doing checkered boxes or framing them somehow?

    I was wondering if anyone has any ideas or ways that I can incorporate this idea or something like this idea into my room..I like straight lines and things to be neat, so I thought just putting up random pictures around my room would look tacky. Thanks for any help. And nothing expensive!

    Reply
  38. Only Business

    I’m talking really old bridges, some medieval (with nice scenery) However I do not want a plain old picture of a bridge, I want it to be different :) I’m seeking some really weird ideas like dead people floating in the water, or trolls hiding under the bridge…
    (For A-level photography btw!)
    Thanks for any answers :)

    Reply
  39. Denali

    I want a comparison of bridge types, such as suspension bridges, arch bridges, cable stayed bridges, and so on.

    What bridge can sustain the most amount of force per weight over a given span length.

    Reply
  40. Larry R

    Think about it. Almost every state has up to 16 major bridges. and many of those span over large and dangerous rivers. If the tragedy in Minneapolis is just over the Mississippi River imagine the Golden Gate Bridge! If it were ever to collapse there would countless deaths and many bodies would probably never be found. Should we push our government to have all the bridges in the United States revaluated?

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  41. LN13

    Is there a map somewhere, where they can map out a route?

    Is there a minimum bridge clearance height (not likely) or a maximum height to semi-tractor trailer loads?

    I’ve seen big rigs stuck under bridges bec of no clearance, but its very rare. It seems it wouldn’t be that rare.

    How do the truckers know ahead of time which low bridges to avoid?

    Reply
  42. Krazy Bob

    Dystopia county has three bridges. In the next year, the Elder bridge has a 9% chance of collapse, the Younger bridge has a 4% chance of collapse, and the Ancient bridge has a 15% chance of collapse. What is the probability that exactly one of these bridges will collapse in the next year? (Round your answer to four decimal places.)

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  43. nothin_nyce1

    I know there are over 160,000 other bridges that are in need of repair. I am going out of town in a couple of weeks and just for my mind’s sake would like to know if there is a list of other bridges overpasses etc that got low ratings. Also some family is traveling for my Aunt’s funeral & have to take a bypass into the city where her funeral is to be held it would be nice to know they are on a safe bypass. I am now totally paranoid because my brother in law made it barely off the Minnesota Bridge by the skin of his teeth. I just would like to know my family is safe when they travel.

    Thanks!

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  44. Caltel T

    I was a fan of covered bridges long before the book or movie about “The Bridges of Madison County.” Both sets of my grandparents lived in Madison County, Iowa. They took me and the other grandchildren to several of the bridges and we got to walk through them and hear the history of the covered bridges.

    Maybe you don’t have an interest in covered bridges but what about old barns or homes?

    Reply
  45. stingerms

    I’m doing a science fair project on bridges and the class criteria states that I need at least two magazine sources. I really want to get some notes on how bridges are made. I’ve looked everywhere for free online magazine sources, but none of them seem to have anything on bridges in general. Anything about bridges in general would be greatly appreciated, and it has to be a magazine article. I also need to cite my source in my bibliography, so I need a source that has citing on it. Thank you for the help.

    Reply
  46. josh12rox

    I have to work tomorrow and need to drive to the other side of London but I’m not sure which bridges would be open. Are any of the bridges open? And if so which ones?
    It it but I don’t get bank holidays off, so I need to get over the bridge tomorrow.

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  47. Patrick

    I have always had an anxiety of crossing bridges, especially ones that cross over water. Luckily, I don’t have to on a daily basis.

    Now that this tragedy has struck Minneapolis, do you feel any different about driving across a bridge?

    Reply
  48. Kaylla

    I’ve wanted to do something to make my room look better for awhile, and since I love bridges I thought it might look nice to put some pictures together to put on the wall. I was thinking of buying a wall calendar with bridges, and then somehow putting those pictures together on a board? maybe doing checkered boxes or framing them somehow?

    I was wondering if anyone has any ideas or ways that I can incorporate this idea or something like this idea into my room..I like straight lines and things to be neat, so I thought just putting up random pictures around my room would look tacky. Thanks for any help. And nothing expensive!

    Reply
  49. Picean

    I need as much info I can get. I need dental bridges, implants, or both. I just need to know does the procedure hurt, do they work properly, is it a good investment? I am so young yet have to have some much work done and it is very scarey. Please help.
    Hmm
    I don’t have any info on dental bridges and dental implants and wanted to know are they easy to install, do they work like real teeth, are they comfortable?Is there any down sides on them?

    Reply
  50. che-che

    This is rather hypothetical. Say you are a vampire who can’t cross moving water unless you are more than 50 feet above it. Could you still get around Suffolk County by car or bus? How much time would it add to your trips? I suspect the big bridges would be okay but any idea about bridges that cross smaller streams in “less” metropolitan areas, say, Quincey, MA? Thanks.

    Reply
  51. fattiemanny

    I always wondered how they build bridges.
    OK, the water is swirling past, you can’t just get a shovel, stand on the river bed and build a few stalks then rest a bridge on them.

    Like if I were trapped on an island like ‘lost’ I would have no idea how to go about building a bridge.

    Any insight, please?

    Reply
  52. jordenkotor

    I need to make a project about bridges and need MAJOR help on what impact bridges have on the society!
    PLEASE help!!!!
    Thank you.

    Reply
  53. Duke

    Specifically for vibrations. It can regard earthquakes.
    I keep getting popsicle stick bridges on Google.
    Stupid Google.

    Two solid points please!
    Guaranteed 10 points!

    Reply
  54. Vultre9

    I need as much info I can get. I need dental bridges, implants, or both. I just need to know does the procedure hurt, do they work properly, is it a good investment? I am so young yet have to have some much work done and it is very scarey. Please help.
    I don’t have any info on dental bridges and dental implants and wanted to know are they easy to install, do they work like real teeth, are they comfortable?Is there any down sides on them?

    Reply
  55. nathan

    Now with bridge tolls getting as high as $13 per car, I’d like to know what the annual toll revenue is from all the main bridges and tunnels in NYC, all the while the city says its broke.

    Reply

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