|Op. System:||Windows XP, 2000, 98, Me, NT|
|Last updated:||Jul 14, 2009|
|File size:||2 KB|
Publisher description for EiM
This is a puzzle game similar to the old "Lights Out!" Game where your goal is switch on all the blocks. The catch is, adjacent blocks (in the shape you chose) are turned on/off in the process, creating a challenging puzzle game with over 20 different boards in which to beat your own clicks/time record. Made for the 20 events competition and as soon as the source is publicly released for it, I shall be releasing it here too as a learning tool. NOTE: For people having trouble, here are a few tips. Full + tool (the ones with the corners of the square absent) is the best and easiest mentally to solve the puzzles; The empty + tool (one without the corners or the middle) are the best for puzzles 13-17. Reducing to the least amount of square is often NOT the best idea (ex: having only one compressed piece on the board) Moves are independent of each other, in that you can solve a puzzle with the minimum amount of clicks by clicking in the correct places in any order. This means the game is impossible to screw yourself over, and also that you should never need to click in the same place twice (if the puzzle is done correctly). This idea is really helpful in getting into the right mindset for solving each puzzle.