Super Glinx! from GameHouse

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What is Super Glinx! from GameHouse?

Super Glinx by GameHouse is a game of linking similar shapes together for you to remove them from your screen or board by clicking the last piece. You need to remove all the shapes on your board for you to complete the level and move up to the next. You will use strategy and logic to create long chains to gain more points and earn bonus points as well. You should use your powerups wisely. It offers unlimited play. You can play it in full screen mode or in window mode. Its powerups include Switchers, Linkers and the mighty Glinx. If you want to play in a fast mode with thrill of time pressure, you play your game in Action mode.

Choose the Puzzle mode if you want to challenge yourself in figuring out puzzles without being pressed for time. Each game mode has three levels of difficulty: Easy, Medium and Hard. It is operable on Windows 95, Windows XP, Windows 98, Windows ME and Windows 2000. It requires 266 MHz Pentium 2 or equivalent processor with 32MB RAM, DirectX 5.0, 3MB free disk space and 16bit sound card. It also runs on Mac OS X platform. It also has an online version.

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Last updated: : October 18, 2012