Summary: I was SO happy I bought this game. The reviews were mixed, but it's a simple game that can be played 2-player without 2 copies of the game! There are TONS of puzzles, and figuring out where to put the light sources, mirrors, and prisms is sometimes a challenge. Kid friendly.
Summary: Your goal is to connect movable white light sources with white and colored light receptacles that are embedded on the edge of the playing field. To do this, you place various filters, mirrors and splitters.
Summary: game progresses and gets harder. simple physics if you are really smart, but as i am average, it challenges me. can put down and pick up. plan to loan it to my nephew (he is 11 and will love it) good game for all but the youngest.
Summary: This game isn't a white knuckle shoot-em-up by any stretch of the imagination, but it is very addictive. The first few levels are pretty easy but then they start making you have to really think to solve the puzzles. I like it...
Summary: I got through half the puzzles before I got stumped. There are 100 to chose from, so there are plenty to play. But you may be disappointed if you want a lot of play time. I really enjoyed the art, the controls worked well, and the puzzle was interesting.
Summary: I am quite disappointed in this game. It is the same thing over and over. It does get more difficult but it is the exact thing. Also the graphics seem old style. Don't let the image on the cover fool ya. I really don't care for it. I think it is a waste of my money.
Summary: I put off buying this game for a while, and I'm sorry that I did. It's a great puzzle game! What's most interesting to me is that often I will solve one of the levels without quite knowing how I actually did it.