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    Can anyone recall this game?

    You used prisms (triangular items) to bounce light beams to reach the target - later levels added batteries to heat blocks so they then moved.....
    It had a number of levels of difficulty
    Anyone remember what this game was as i want to show this to the grandchildren
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    Light game

    I have seen the game you mentioned, but, cannot remember its name..

    I do have a similar type of game though, it is called Prisms of Light 2. It just runs from the single .exe file ( no need to install ) and is keyboard driven.

    I have tried to upload it as a .zip but it keeps failing.

    You should be able to download it here - http://www.free-windows-games.com/

    Hope you find the other one.

    Lance

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    Aargon?

    Cheers, Joey.

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    I'm pretty sure you're talking about electric box.

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    Electric Box is a good one, but maybe this is what you're looking for. I made it through, finally, and it makes you think.

    http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/launchpad/launchball/

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    I remember a similar game called Laser Chess

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    Lightbulb Is it Laser Reflections?

    pccoyle -

    Your post reminded me of a laser game with prisms that I really like: Laser reflections

    Also, this game site has many creative and simple games that your grand-kids might enjoy: Orisinal Games.

    -Dan

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    Nope, but thank you
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    Thank you not the one in mind but I am enjoying this also
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    Chromatron?

    I think you were looking for Chromatron. Here they are (4 versions)
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    I think I've never played that game.

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    i think this its what you looking for http://www.telegrafi.com/lojera.php?loja=8
    Last edited by donita; 2012-07-31 at 04:32.

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    Thank you Donita
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    your welcome my friend but did i helped you finding the game or not

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