EnLight 1.0

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 Crazy Puzzle! Turn Off All The Lights!

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Author : Feejo Soft

OS : Pocket PC,Windows Mobile 200...

Enlight license : Freeware (Price: free)

Added date : 30. January 2007

Release date : 27. January 2007

Download page : Get it Here!

Download Size : 267 kBytes

Publisher URL: http://www.feejo.com

EnLight 1.0 details:
Very cool puzzle game where you must turn off all lights on the gamefield!
When you click on a light, the one you selected and the 4 adjacent will invert status.
You should try to turn off all lights but be aware! You have limited moves for each level!
Cool graphic and sound
More than 50 levels.Finish all levels and collect full stars rank!
THIS GAME IS FREE! What can you ask more?

 
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EnLight 1.0 copyright

EnLight freeware is copyrighted computer software which is made available free of charge, as opposed to shareware where the user is required to pay. The only EnLight 1.0 criterion for being classified as "freeware" is that the software must be made available at no cost.