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Terminals for Android
Here’s another game for your Android device, especially for when you are waiting or travelling. This simple game will give you hours of fun. XDA member pidipius presents Terminals where you need to rotate the terminals and pipes on to their correct place. The successful solution will be an entirely connected network, with no closed loops. All tiles which are connected to the server will be highlighted. You will move between the eight difficulty levels and 100 stages.
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Originally posted by pidipius
We are proud to present our next production called Terminals.
This known game originally named NetWalk or FreeNet has a lot of implementations. Your job is to rotate the terminals and pipes into correct place. The successful solution will be an entirely connected network, with no closed loops. All tiles which are connected to the server will be highlighted.
We used our global stats system so you can see points of other players.
Continue to the game thread to learn more.
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