Voracity (Windows)

Voracity Windows The start of a standard game


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Voracity is a single player, tile elimination game. It is one of a package of games produced by The Code Zone. Games from this package were used, in various combinations, in around twenty different game compilation packages.

At the start of the game the player is presented with a grid. In every cell of the grid is a number apart from one cell which contains the target. By clicking on a cell that is adjacent to the target the player causes the target to move that number of cells in the appropriate direction, for example if the cell immediately above the target contained the number four then by selecting that cell the player would move the target four cells upwards. Any cells the target passes through are wiped clean and effectively form a wall that the target cannot pass through. The player scores one point for every cell that is cleared and the objective is to achieve as high a score as possible before running out of moves.

The game is entirely mouse controlled. It is played in a window which cannot be re-sized. There are four standard board sizes 15 x 15, 19 x 19, 22 x 22 and 25 x 25. The game has sound, different backgrounds, a high score table, and in-game help screens.


Voracity Windows The end of a game. There are no more legal moves remaining.
Voracity Windows A detailed help screen is available, accessed via the menu bar. It opens in a new window.
Voracity Windows This help window opens when the game loads. It is optional and can be supressed.
Voracity Windows The start of a standard game

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piltdown_man (147576) added Voracity (Windows) on Jun 22, 2013