Hi! I'm Bart Bonte, a Belgian independent game designer and bontegames.com is where I blog about new interesting browser and mobile games. My own games are all in the left column (or at the bottom of this page on mobile). More info about me and my games on bartbonte.com.
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I LOVE THIS GAME!!!
if i make a mistake, how do i restart?
press the escape key to restart a level
thanks, palat =)
Can someone post a walkthrough?
there is a two part walkthrough on youtube.
The game froze on level 20! I was SO CLOSE to finishing the pattern! I'll just try again later. :(
The game loads..... then nothing.
I finally beat level 20. It needs more levels, a sequel, or a design your own level option. I really hope that they make another one. This was a wonderful game choice Bart! Keep up the good work!
Was OK. Not on my faves list, but not exactly rubbish either.
somewhat addictive. no clicks needed (unless re-starting), perfect for lazy time gaming.
good game, some glitches but not too bad.i like the idea . . . i think it would be cool if the same ideas was used for another game, but in reverse, so you would have to figure out how to untangle. theres a similar game out there where you have to change the perspective so the lines of the shape don't touch each other
No need for a walkthrough, all you need to know is if all of the vertices have an even number of lines connected to them, then you can start anywhere and basically go anywhere, arbitrarily. Otherwise there will be exactly two vertices with an odd number of lines connected to them and you must always start on one of those vertices and end up on the other.
I tried to follow instructions of Anonymous of finding the 2 odd numbered vertices for lvl 19... and found that pretty much EVERY vertex has 3 lines attached to it ^^; now what?
That method only works for the first 10 levels. It has to do with whether you're finding a path or a circuit.
very good game.I stopped at level 9 because I'm lazy.
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