Daily Reviews Team, 2003-11-20 01:10:10
If you are a jack of all puzzles, then try to master this one. Arcade Lines is a great addictive puzzle game. It is a game which is easy to understand but would require a lot of strategic moves on your part to win.
Arcade Lines is played on a board that fills with multi-colored pieces as the game progresses. Your objective is simple but not easy, stop the board from filling up by forming rows of 5 or more pieces of the same color. The rows will disappear, leaving more space for new pieces. As space becomes scarce there are less useful moves to choose from, so the game gets gradually harder. You can even play the game at work as the game automatically gets saved when you close it. You can even see where you stand by downloading the world's top high scores from the website.
Arcade Lines is suited for all ages, it is easy to learn, highly adaptable to your skill level, 100% violence-free and encourages logical thinking.
Daily Reviews Team, 2003-08-05 01:10:10
Arcade Lines is an engaging puzzle game, which will provide all the entertainment and challenge your brain needs. Though the game is simple to learn, you can use the Help and the Strategy Hints to master the blitzkrieg this puzzle is sure to start in your brain.
The game concept is excellent, and so is its graphical interface and background music. You need to stop the board from filling by forming lines of five or more same colored pieces. You learn to strategize as you progress. You can customize and time your game using the menu options on the top. You can choose a game mode for kids, or a game, which is either Easy, or Regular or Pro. There are different models with different difficulty levels. All you need is to get started and then you will find yourself glued to your system for hours. It is an excellent game for everybody as it helps activate your logic and skills. The longer you survive, the higher your score. The higher the difficulty, the longer you explore.
Daily Reviews Team, 2002-12-19 01:10:10
There are several sides to using a PC. It's an advanced typewriter for ones, an essential working tool for others, and a source of information and infinite joy for others yet. Have a break from boring routine with a great puzzle game called Arcade Lines.
Arcade Lines is a puzzle game that originates in Lines, a widely popular puzzle game which, since it was first developed, has acquired lots of clone games, some just copying the original, some altering the game so much that only its name wouldn't differ from the original one, others taking the idea and implementing it in the most attractive way, while at the same time adding a few more interesting features. The goal of the game is to get rid of balls appearing on a playfield by arranging balls of single color in rows of five and more. In Arcade Lines there are special game pieces, too - multipliers, fans, bombs and the like. The special pieces either destroy balls, thus letting you get the precious playboard space, multiply your score or let you assemble lines easily.
The scoring system is progressive - the more balls in a line, the more you score. If you manage to build lines in consecutive turns, the score for each next line gets doubled, tripled etc. The multiple level system lets both novice and expert players enjoy the game at all times. Try this great game today and check it out yourself.
Daily Reviews Team, 2002-06-01 01:10:10
There are always places to go to and things to do. Work, study, domestic chores, you name it. Why don't you leave the world full of troubles and responsibilities to enjoy playing a good puzzle game for a couple of hours? Today we would like to introduce you to Arcade Lines, a great-looking puzzle game.
Arcade Lines is a lines clone game with certain amendments and additions to the original game. It is played on a 9x9 board and the goal of the game is, of course, to line up five or more balls of one color so that they disappear and you earn points. Apart from the colored balls, there are quite a few special game pieces that will multiple your score when you construct a line that contains them, come handy when you're short of a particularly colored ball, blow away or blow up your balls.
The scoring system is progressive - the more balls in a line, the more you score. If you manage to build lines in consecutive turns, the score for each next line gets doubled, tripled etc. There's a good statistics page that lets you revere at your skills shown at the current game or in all games. The levels are multiple: both a novice and an expert lines player will find their challenge. The evaluation version comes with a few tolerable restrictions, but if you want to get the most of the game, consider buying it - it's certainly worth your while.