Use the mouse to put together three great pictures of the Frisian Islands in five sizes and five shape cuts.
The object is to create islands by partitioning between clues with walls so that the number of squares in each island is equal to the value of the clue, all walls form a continuous path and there are no wall areas of 2×2 or larger. Each island must contain one clue and be isolated from other islands horizontally and vertically.
All you need is to send ships from one island to another.
But there are several type of islands, and each could be used for its own purpose:
1) Colonies – produces more boats. Can be little, middle or huge.
2) Mine – produces gold for upgrades. The more population it has, the faster gold it produces. The more gold you have the more islands you could enhance and the more boats you could produce.
3) Tower – protecting everything near them by shooting at enemy ships. Shooting speed determined by level, gun power depends on tower population.
4) Shipyard – produces fast boats, perfect as anti-tower unit.
The game has 20 puzzle-based levels: you couldn’t win just rushing the enemies, there is always smart way to victory, and you need to discover that. All opened to review.
The game saves finished levels and earned score.
Use the mouse to piece together three great pictures of the Galapagos Islands
Piece together the islands in three pictures of three sizes each
This logical puzzle game is based on a classical japanese puzzle. Your task is to place on the map green palm islands and sea water cells so that all map followed necessary rules.
1. An amount of adjacent island cells is equal to a number you can see in each cell.
2. Different islands may touch each other only diagonally
3. All cells must be or islands or sea cells. No empty cells..
4. All sea cells must be one single connected whole that is from any sea cell you can go to any other sea cell.
5. There must not be any square sea cells