Yinyang is a unique arcade puzzle game. The player is a ball character and using the arrow keys must roll over the levels of tiles. Roll off a tile and the tile will flip over. When all tiles have been flipped, exit the level and move on to the next.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Yinyang is a unique arcade puzzle game. The player is a ball character and using the arrow keys must roll over the levels of tiles. Roll off a tile and the tile will flip over and most probably vanish. When all tiles have been flipped, exit the level and move on to the next. The full game features two complete sub games, a maze game and a time based flip-fest called Magic Map. Yinyang takes a steady hand as some tiles are slippery, and sometimes other obstacles such as fans, jumps or teleports are present.
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