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Linux game review: Pathological


Move over, Frozen-Bubble??
Pathological game boards center around "wheels" you can turn 90 degrees at a time by right-clicking on them. They have four slots apiece, and each slot on the wheel can hold a single marble. When all four slots on a wheel are filled with marbles of the same color, the marbles vaporize and the wheel is said to be "completed." Your task is to "complete" each wheel on the board.

The wheels are connected by paths with various kinds of filtering devices. Some allow only one-way traffic in a specific direction, some allow two-way, others are one-way but switch directions each time a marble passes over them. There are also shredders, color filters, painters, and more.
 read more | mail this link | score:7438 | -Ray, January 31, 2004
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