Summary: This is a very original game that is deceptively simple and childish in appearance and style (cartoony graphics and cutesy music) but is actually an extremely hard game of logic that is, I would think, aimed at an adult audience. And don't be misled - as I was - by the scientific language used to describe the game (terms like "refraction" etc) - it is neither a scientific nor `edutainment' game and doesn't require any technical knowledge of light to play... just logic.
Summary: Simply put, this game involves light travelling from one or more sources to one or more destinations. The fun in the game comes from having to navigate the beam or beams of light. Diverting the light round obstacles using mirrors, passing through prisms (which spilit the light into three colours) or through splitters which act as a T-junction for the light beam, and through various filters which change the colour of the beam.
Conclusion: This game should come with an addiction warning. I was lucky because my copy arrived on a Saturday. It was passed between my partner and I all Saturday evening. I say passed, snatched would be a more accurate description. We even took it to bed with us. We couldn't put it down. Well at least we were doing something together. Nevertheless I was quite horrified when I glanced at the clock and saw that it was 2.30am.
Summary: Beim Stöbern durch die gebrauchten Spiele bei einem lokalen Spielehändler ist mir dieses Spiel das erste Mal in die Finger gekommen - allerdings war es über das Internet neu noch günstiger zu beziehen. Spielidee Ausgehend von ein oder mehreren Lichtquellen müssen mindestens ein, meist jedoch mehrere "Glowbos" mit Licht versorgt werden. Prismen und verschiedenartige Farbfilter helfen dabei, jeden Glowbo mit Licht in der richtigen Farbe zu versorgen.
Pros: Einfache Idee, große Rätselzahl - so sollte es sein