Bug Hunters is an addictive board game that is suit for all people age from 6 to 60s. The objective of the game is to collect as many bugs as you can by constructing line with 5 bugs or more of the same kind .
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: Bug Hunters is an addictive board game that is suit for all people age from 6 to 60s. The objective of the game is to collect as many bugs as you can by constructing line with 5 bugs or more of the same kind . Some bonus objects are added during the game to multiply your scores and make the game more fun.
Bugs can move vertically and horizontally through vacant squares, and there must be a free path from their origin to their destination. Use the mouse to click on a bug, and then click on the destination field to show where to go. Aligning five or more bugs vertically, horizontally or diagonally will make them disappear and score some points. Your current score is displayed on top-right side of the board. After each move, the game will generate 3 new bugs to obstruct your moving path. The game stops when the whole board is filled with bugs.
The more bugs you collect at once the greater score you receive (5 bugs- 5 points, 6 bugs-8 points, 7 bugs-14 points, 8 bugs-23 points, 9 bugs-35 points, 10 bugs-50 points etc). According your final score you get a rating and appropriate sign. There is no maximum limit on the scores, but in general the highest score would be around 1000.
If you are lucky, you will see a special ball on the board. You can treat it as a bug?of any type on the board, and move it to construct a line with other bugs. The number of bugs you collected will be doubled with this bonus ball. As illustrated above, when you move the bonus ball to construct a line, you will get 2x5 bugs, and hence will score 50 points.
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