Puzzle game inspired by Oxyd on the Atari ST and Rock'n'Roll on the Amiga. The object of the game is to uncover pairs of identically colored Oxyd stones. Simple? Yes. Easy? Certainly not! Hidden traps, vast mazes, laser beams, and, most of all, countless hairy puzzles usually block your direct way to the Oxyd stones
Atomix clone with a slight change in concept. Instead of assembling molecules you create figures out of marbles. Nevertheless, the basic game play is the same: If a marble starts to move it will not stop until it hits a wall or another marble. To make it more interesting there are obstacles like one-way streets, crumbling walls and portals.
Puzzle game based on the Logical! game that was originally released by Rainbow Arts on the Commodore Amiga computer.
XLogical is a mouse-based game where you use the mouse to turn the spinners and move the balls around. Right clicking on a spinner turns the spinner in a counter clockwise direction. Left clicking on a ball pops the ball out of the hopper on a spinner onto a track if there is one next to the spinner. The goal of the game is to finish all the levels as quickly as possible by turning off the glowing light in the middle of every spinner on each level. The light on the spinners will stop glowing when you manage to fill the hoppers on the spinners with the right colored marbles. At the beginning of the game, all you have to do is sort the marbles by color into different spinners. For example, if you fill a spinner with all red marbles, the marbles will disappear from the spinner's hoppers and the light will stop glowing. When all the spinners stop glowing, the level is complete and you progress to the next level.