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ElliottWiredWired is a classic-style puzzle game, and one that Vlad Kvitnevski, of Ontario, Canada, has taken and molded into something new and entertaining. The concept itself is one that you've probably seen before: Connect wires from one location to the next. It is a casual game perfect for a rainy day, as it's something you can get hooked on and complete without the hairs on your head going gray, or being ripped out.

The graphics are good for a game of its style, not so flashy as to take away from the experience of puzzling, and yet not too basic, either.

The game does have a few flaws, most notable being that at times I could not tell whether wires were lined up properly. Another game play issue was the awkwardness with which wires connected to the walls, and this became a bit of a detriment to my progress; at times I found myself focusing so much on that more than anything else that I was actually moving backwards instead of forwards.

Overall, Wired was a solid entry into the competition, and one that will likely appeal to all ages and has only a tiny learning curve, if any at all. Vlad succeeded in turning a basic theme into something more and I look forward to more from him.

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that was quite easy... i would like to see more levels and gradually getting bigger. it took me under a minute to complete.
 

start around the blocks as they are fixed


 

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Sure was, I had a blast.

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This game reminded me of Net, but there wasn't as much there.

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Hm, this game reminds me of a challenge in Golden Sun: The Lost Age; an excellent game for the Gameboy Advance.

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urm... how do you PLAY this?????

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that was quite easy... i would like to see more levels and gradually getting bigger. it took me under a minute to complete.
 

start around the blocks as they are fixed


 

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Julian: click on the tiles to rotate the wires, until there are no hanging wires. I think it's important to clarify that the wires actually DON'T connect to/across the walls in any way. Any unused wires you have going off the playing tiles are OK, and don't need to line up with the opposing wall.

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I saw this while the game competition was going on, and i couldn't figure out how to play it. thanks nod!

IF YOU'VE FINISHED IT, CLICK THE RED BUTTON!!!

that part took me a second to figure out XD

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I beat the game in less than a minute, not to brag.

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That was a bit frustrating.

I had several times where all the wires from the boxes were touching the walls, but it wasn't the correct 'answer', and the correct answer does have unused bits of wire, so that's not where I went wrong.

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Hey very interesting, i played but i couldn't make that net properly, but its very nice and interesting to play, i need more information about this game, need a procedure and rules of this game, but your game is very different at the same time difficult too.Its not like normal puzzle. moreover we can connecting wire easily. nice game is this, good keep it up

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