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Axilox (Atari 8-bit)

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Axilox is a two-player board game. The game board is a picture covered with 81 tiles; each tile has a number on it, dark or fair in color. The players, in turns, remove tiles; the first player removes a tile from the topmost row; the second player can only remove a tile from the same column as the tile just removed; the first player then can only remove the tile from the same row as that tile; and so on. Removing a tile with a fair number increases the player's score by the number, while removing a dark tile decreases the score.

The game ends once the entire board is cleared, or when a player cannot make a move. The player with the higher score is the winner.

The one-player game involves the human player competing with a computer opponent, trying to keep winning throughout 10 levels with 5 different pictures. The two-player game is a single match.


Axilox Atari 8-bit Level 5
Axilox Atari 8-bit Dark digit takes points
Axilox Atari 8-bit In game manual
Axilox Atari 8-bit No more choice means end of the game

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Top Secret Jun, 1994 9 out of 10 90


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One of the pictures in the game, a skull in a top hat with two revolvers and several roses, is based on the old logo of the band Guns N' Roses.
JudgeDeadd (24489) added Axilox (Atari 8-bit) on Aug 01, 2011