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February 17, 2014

towers of saigon

Towers of Saigon is a Tower of Hanoi inspired puzzlescript puzzler by Theta Games. Push all the pieces of the towers on top of each other, but you can't push a bigger piece on top of a smaller piece.

12 comments:

eightoclock said...

For some reason, when all the parts are stacked up, it looks like a pineapple upside down cake to me.

Anonymous said...

This was a good short game - challenging enough to make me think, but not so hard that I couldn't finish it.

Emily said...

First!

bee said...

The ctrl z function doesn't work.

Emily said...

This is the first puzzle script game that I actually completed! Though it is annoying that you can only reset, not undo.

Peter said...

Nice one.

Anonymous said...

I was expecting the towers of Hanoi.

tam said...

Very nice!! not too difficult, even without the undo control.
Thank you, Bart :)

Anonymous said...

Finally! Something I can do! It didn't even take me very long! All these escape games, I'm like, AAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!! So I was expecting something else that hard, but was very pleasantly surprised!

Deodato said...

Nice :) easy but nice.

Anonymous said...

Hi! I'm the creator of this game - thank you for posting it! Just thought I'd let you all know that I recently updated. The new version has 16 new levels, (slightly) improved graphics, and teleporters.

You can find it here:

http://www.puzzlescript.net/play.html?p=9147764

Anonymous said...

Towers of Hanoi meets Sokoban. Cool concept & not too hard.

 

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