KNetWalk (Linux)

KNetWalk Linux A starting board in "Easy" difficulty


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The goal in KNetWalk is to build a working network. On a square board there are several "interlinks", some are straight lines, others bended in 90 degree or having a branch off. On the board are an amount of "servers" and a single link to the internet. The tiles cannot be moved, but by rotating them correctly connections to other links can be established. To solve a level all servers must be connected to the one "Internet" link.

There are four different difficulty levels which have different board sizes and amount of servers to connect: in the "Easy" level there are six servers on a 5x5 grid, and in the highest difficulty level "Very hard" there are 23 servers on a 9x9 board. There can also be custom board of size up to 11x11 usable. The score is calculated by the time used to solve a level and the amount of rotations required. There are high-score tables for each of the difficulty levels and two graphical themes to chose from.


KNetWalk Linux Custom boards can even be bigger: up to 11x11
KNetWalk Linux A solved board in the alternate difficulty theme
KNetWalk Linux "Very hard" level has a big board
KNetWalk Linux The high-score table is initially empty

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Jo ST (24081) added KNetWalk (Linux) on Sep 27, 2015