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Alternative Names

Circles, Circles, Circles.

Developer

GameShastra

Genre

Puzzle

Release Dates

11/18/09 Gamehastra
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11/12/09 Gamehastra

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Summary

The game idea of the circles is inspired from a war strategy called "Chakravigua" described in the Indian epic Mahabharata. The Sanskrit word Chakravigua means Circle Strategy where a battalion forms a circle around the king to protect him.

Cirlce puzzle is designed in similar fashion. The player's circles (Blue small circles) are distributed in border of big circle where the objective is to move the blue cirlce toward zero to conquer it. Defending player's circles (orange small circles) are distributed around the golden zero where the object is to destroy the all the blue circles.

Moving the circle around works based on simple logic which described in game mechanics section. The player can destroy the opponent circles using simple math skills like (5+3=?), (4-2=?).

Features

  • Three difficulty modes (Easy, medium & Hard)
  • 40 levels in each mode
  • 120 total levels
  • 7 MB Required

Key control

  • Directional keys is used to move the cursor
  • The cursor color will change on rotatable circles.
  • Right Trigger is used to rotate the selected cirlce in clockwise direction.
  • Left Trigger is used to rotate the selected cirlce in anticlockwise direction.
  • Triangle Button is used to restart the button. Conformation window will pop-up on the triangle button press.

 

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Latest Updates

Release Date Added to Database Blaiyan 22nd Feb 2010
Game Information Updated Blaiyan 22nd Feb 2010
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Game Summary added to Database Blaiyan 20th Nov 2009
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Release Date Added to Database Blaiyan 20th Nov 2009
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