SkimPuzzle is an elegant and addictive game of the Restore-Picture puzzles type. Recreate a picture from shuffled mix of its' rectangular pieces, spending for this as little moves and time as possible. It would be a nice Christmas gift.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: SkimPuzzle is an elegant and addictive game of the Restore-Picture puzzles type. Playing SkimPuzzle is very smooth, dynamic and competitive. The goal of the game is to restore a picture from a shuffled mix of its' rectangular pieces, spending as little time and making as little moves as possible. The game has many varations of rules. Most of them yield rather tactical than puzzling playing with its own score for each variation. You can though choose a more comprehensive partitioning and to switch off aid options to get a more traditional mode of playing.
The real challenge of this game is to find an optimal way to reorder a mess of fragments into whole picture. This includes not only an optimal route for a piece to it's place but also tactics and even distinguishable strategy of playing.
SkimPuzzle is the best way of playing with really beautiful pictures. Just try the registered version of the game with your favorite wallpapers and you will discover a new dimension in them.
The game could be a very nice Christmas gift for anybody who likes puzzles and beatiful pitures.
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