|Op. System:||Windows Vista, 2003, XP, 98, Me, NT|
|Last updated:||Sep 8, 2010|
|File size:||3.55 MB|
Publisher description for PT PuzzleChase
PT PuzzleChase is a classic puzzle game with beautiful photos and inovative action features (angry slug chasing a turtle ;-)). Your goal is to put together a photopuzzle divided to several tiles by moving the tiles to correct positions. When you place several tiles at the correct position, your success bar in the middle of the screen goes up. When it reaches the top you get special bonus that you can use to slow down the slug and earn some time for the turtle. The success bar also affects how much score points you get for placing the next tile. Features * 35+ great original photographs (by photographers Roman Nepsinsky and Vit Kocian) * virtually unlimited number of puzzles based on the photographs (random mixup for each new level) * 4 unique bonuses * 3 difficulty settings (easy, normal, high) affecting the size of the tiles and other parameters (total time, scoring, bonuses) * 2 sound settings (normal or funny)) * graphics in high (VGA 480x640) or standard (QVGA 240x320) resolution * hi-score chart * can run on both PC and PocketPC * can be played by 3-99 years old players (tested on our own 3 year child and 75 years old grandma ;-)) Controls You can place the tile either by clicking on the tile and clicking on the empty space in grid or by dragging the tile using your mouse/stylus. The second option is a very intuitive way of control - even small children are able to play or just "play" this way.