orb3000 · Nov 22, 2010 at 03:00 am

Lights Off game for WP7

XDA member Tom Servo presents this simple yet nice game with the graphics styled as Tron. You can “insert coins” and change game options. During each level you will need to tap a light to toggle up to four surrounding squares. If the square is lit, it turns off. If it’s turned off, it lights up.getting hard when moving forwards on the game. Game UI is truly much better than the one on the original game for iPhone.
You can see a video on the original thread.

Originally posted by Tom Servo
[App] Lights Off

I can amuse myself silly until I topple over dead with that stupid game. So I’m making my own version. In special LCD dotmatrix Tron style. Or something.
(Uses accent color. Text animations like old LCD devices.)

Continue to the game thread here.


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