In this game, you guide a marker which must draw rectangles and other weird objects in order to claim your territory, and you can either draw these rectangles fast or slow. Drawing the rectangles using the "slow" method awards you the most points. Once a rectangle has been made, it will be colored in to show that you have claimed your territory. While drawing the rectangles, you need to watch out for Qix (pronounced "kicks"), a series of colored lines that crawl the screen. In addition to Qix, you also need to avoid the Sparks who travel around the border, as well as any lines that you have made, as well as The Fuse, who travels along the line that you are drawing. Once you have claimed enough territory, you proceed to the next level.
- "Qix: The Computer Virus Game" -- Full title
- "QIX: Classic arcade action in the palm of your hand!" -- Game Boy tag-lined title
- "クイックス" -- Japanese spelling
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indirectly lead to the name of Dr. Zoidberg, a character from the animated Futurama
series. David X. Cohen
, the creator of the series, created Zoid
, a Qix clone, and eventually used that name for the character.