Really good time killer, especially for fellow math/logic geeks. A bit on the easy side, but interesting and fun nonetheless! However, it's INCREDIBLY annoying that some of the puzzles on endless mode are unsolvable. I'd think that it would be pretty easy to have some sort of validation with the random puzzle generator--e.g. a simple brute force algorithm checking every switch combination for a valid solution..
Content is great. Few small ui issues Concept and implementation are perfect. Taught my 8 year old circuits! A few small suggestions. Show the current level on every screen. We keep losing our place whenever we go back to do older boards. And second, every board should tell the target number of moves.
Great game! The game is really fun and is a very good one to pass time. But there is a small technical problem. When no inputs are given, all outputs are supposed to be in the high impedance state, and not high(as some of the outputs in the upper stages are). Might misguide students, but it's just a game! Great job though ;)
This game is a little too easy. Most levels can be solved almost immediate by tracing back from AND gates from the goal. The very few levels that were challenging (about 5 out of 125) were interesting to work through. There rest weren't with my time, but I powered through hoping for the challenging levels. An OK game, light on the polish.
Great game A little too easy but fun none-the-less. If you're extending it then introducing feedback loops in the circuit, or specific components for latches or flip-flops could make it more difficult to find the optimal moves.
Why not five stars? It's very good, but there is some little problems. Take a look at level 116: i got 3 lights for a 4-moves solution but it can be solved by only two moves.
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