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JLogiK - board logic game written in Java
« on: February 29, 2016, 02:54:40 AM »
JLogiK - board logic game written in Java

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JLogiK
LogiK is a board game of logic. Player has to place circle in a square game area respecting hints. Hints tell the number of circle to put in a line or column.

Rules  Player has to find all the circles. A first circle is given at the begining of the game. The number of circles to find is given at the top left (16 in the first screenshot).  2 circles can not be juxtaposed.
When player clicks on What happens
the red circle
the 8 cells around the red circle are said empty. The other cell on the diagonal are said empty. All the lines or columns containing 0 circles are said empty.
an unknown cell (left click)
the cell is said empty (cross).
an unknown cell (right click)
the cell is said black circle.
a black circle
the 8 cells around the black circle are said empty (unless they are not in an unknown  state)
an hint (white numbers)
if the line corresponding to the hint can be filled with circles or empty cell to satisfy the hint, then it is done.
 example : the line contains 1 circle, 2 unknown cells and 4 empty cells and the hint says there is 3 circles. Then, clicking the hint will change the 2 unknown cells to circles. If the hint had says 1 circle, then the 2 unknown cells would have been changed to empty cells.
  It is sometimes necessary to make hypothesis. Player is able to save the state of the game and reverse to it latter (the 2 top-right icons).

https://sourceforge.net/projects/jlogik

http://jlogik.sourceforge.net/