TheRomMistress · Jul 5, 2011 at 03:00 am

Illuminate The Board With Bulbs

Why should Thomas Edison have all the glory of brightening things up with his invention of the light bulb? XDA member pidipius has developed a challenging logic game where you are the one in charge of lightening things up.

Bulbs is played on a squared grid with black cells and white cells in it. The objective is to place light bulbs on the grid so that every white square is lit.

Test out your skills and start illuminating those light bulbs. Visit the original thread for instructions or head to the Android Market to download Bulbs.

 

 


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