Laser Reflections

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    Laser Reflections

    by: 683 7.2

    7.2 Users



    Infinite game with random generation of grid mirrors.
    A button that allows you to resolve the path of the laser.
    Four levels of difficulty (with varying complexity because the path is random).
    Laser Reflections is an addictive logic game where the goal is to be able to turn in the shortest possible time, the lamp in gray on the right side of the screen by the laser beam generated from the electronic device to the left. When the game is randomly generated grid of cells. Each cell can contain objects or not. These objects can be reflective mirrors or gate in the shape of a cross. On the left side of the grid is placed the generator of the laser beam while on the right side of the bulb to be turned on. The purpose of the game is to rotate the mirrors in a suitable manner to ensure that the laser beam reaches the bulb. So that the bulb illuminates all gates must be traversed by the laser beam in both directions. To direct the laser beam and find the right orientation of the mirrors, just click repeatedly on the cells of interest. Every four click the mirror makes a complete rotation. The game ends when the lamp turns red!

    Tags: laser beam reflection games

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    Users comments for Laser Reflections

    Dave Clarke

    by Dave Clarke

    Oct 22, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Brilliant and never boring. Try it and see

    Tadd Jessop

    by Tadd Jessop

    Jun 14, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Challenging but not too difficult. A little logic makes it fun and addictive.

    Manish Kumawat

    by Manish Kumawat

    May 27, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    The game for intelligent person.

    Marco Ottaviani

    by Marco Ottaviani

    Apr 25, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Nice and addictive

    William White

    by William White

    Apr 13, 2016  |  "Awesome"


    Joel Copeland

    by Joel Copeland

    Sep 13, 2014  |  "Great"

    I wish this would keep track of my best and worst times at each level. Also, minutes plus seconds makes more sense than total seconds. Wouldn't mine a share button to brag on social media (would include total time plus level of difficulty or snap-shot of finished game.) I do like it very much!