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Pathological (Windows)

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Description

Pathological is a freeware clone of Rainbow Arts' puzzle game Logical.

Each level consists of wheels that can be spun by a mouse click and balls in four different colours rolling down paths. Your objective is to fill every wheel with same coloured balls. Having completed a wheel, the balls disappear and the wheel turns dark as a sign that you finished it. By completing every wheel, you win the level.

Various extra fields like teleporters or filters that can only be passed by balls of a determined colour and triggers and/or stoplights complicate the whole task. A trigger shows a special wheel configuration you have to use to complete the first wheel. A stoplight names the order i.e. when the first colour is red, the first wheel has to be filled with four red balls. Furthermore, you always have to keep the timers in mind. Time for finishing a level, storing a newly launched ball and the amount of freely rolling balls is limited.


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Pathological Windows Another example of special fields: These fields can only be passed by balls of the same colour.
Pathological Windows A level with a trigger. The first wheel has to be completed with this exactly configuarion. The fields with the brushes will paint the balls.
Pathological Windows Too Complicated? You can skip every level by pressing "n" on your keyboard.
Pathological Windows All wheels have turned dark and you have won the level. The faster you are the more points you get.

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Wizo (29330) added Pathological (Windows) on Feb 12, 2007
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