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Push-Pull (Windows)

Push-Pull Windows The start of a game. The marker has yet to be placed


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Push-Pull 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.

Push-Pull is a single-player, strategy game where the object is capture more pieces than the computer opponent. In this game the player is presented with a 7 x 7 grid. The corners are left empty and along the top and bottom edges are the ten tiles belonging to the player while along the left and right edges are the ten tiles belonging to the computer. The default is that the player starts the game but this can be changed in the configuration screen. Play starts when one of the unoccupied centre squares is selected, clicking on it places a marker on the square. From this position the next player can select any unused adjacent square and push/pull the marker onto it, the object being to locate it to a square occupied by an opponents piece thus capturing it. The process is repeated until the game ends, i.e. when either all of one player's pieces have been captured or there are no more valid moves left ,at which time the winner is the player with the most captured pieces.

The game is entirely mouse controlled. It is played in a window which cannot be re-sized. The game has sound, in-game help screens, and a choice of playing piece, colour and screen background.


Push-Pull Windows The game configuration screen is accessed via the menu bar
Push-Pull Windows A comprehensive help file is available, it opens in a new window
Push-Pull Windows This game is about to end. There are few unused squares that the marker can be moved to and the computer has captured more pieces.
Push-Pull Windows This time there are few remaining moves to be made and the player has captured most pieces

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piltdown_man (159242) added Push-Pull (Windows) on Jun 17, 2013